State attorneys won't appeal a federal judge's order to produce documents that clearly explain Wisconsin's alternative voting credential system.

U.S. District Judge James Peterson on Thursday ordered the state to produce a one-page explanation of the process as well as a document applicants can take away explaining what happens and distribute the documents to media and voting groups by Monday. Peterson also ordered state attorneys and lawyers for liberal group One Wisconsin Institute to develop a public information campaign on the process by next week.

State Justice Department spokesman Johnny Koremenos said Thursday the agency won't seek a stay of Peterson's order and won't appeal it.