Challenge to Tennessee Voter ID Law Rejected

A state judge ruled that Tennessee’s voter identification law does not violate the state’s constitution, likely keeping thousands of Tennesseans without proper photo ID from the ballot in November.
September 27, 2012

A state judge ruled that Tennessee’s voter identification law does not violate the state’s constitution, likely keeping thousands of Tennesseans without proper photo ID from the ballot in November.

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