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Are Voter Identification Laws Discriminatory?


States like Texas, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have been sued for enacting "strict" voter identification laws requiring photo IDs to receive a ballot in an attempt to fight voter fraud. Opponents so that these laws "disenfranchise minority, poor and young voters".

 

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    junkseller 4 years ago

    In the Pennsylvania lawsuit on one of these ID laws, the State of PA admitted that there has never been a SINGLE case of in-person voter fraud in PA . EVER. Meanwhile, 750,000 registered voters in PA alone lack the proper ID.


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