Pennsylvania Supreme Court Casts Doubt On Voter Id Law

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The AtlanticPennsylvania Supreme Court casts doubt on voter ID lawLos Angeles TimesWASHINGTON -- The Pennsylvania Supreme Court cast doubt Tuesday on whether that state can enforce its new photo ID law for the November election, as it told a trial judge to take a skeptical look at whether registered voters will be denied the right to ...Pa.

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