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Supreme Court Upholds Indiana’s Voter ID Law

April 30, 2008

On Monday the United States Supreme Court ruled six-to-three to uphold Indiana’s voter identification law.  The law, passed by the Indiana General Assembly in 2005, requires voters to show a state or federally issued photo i.d. when they cast their ballot.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland reports.

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