Partisanship surfaces in Supreme Court arguments over voter-ID lawQuicklink submitted by Rob Kall Permalink
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|During lively oral arguments, conservative justices appeared sympathetic to the 2005 law, which the state's Republican-controlled legislature passed to combat vote fraud. The more liberal justices questioned whether the law is aimed at suppressing the votes of Democratic-leaning poor, elderly and minority voters, who are least likely to have driver's licenses.|
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