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Supreme Court allows voter ID requirements (access required)

Voters in Arizona will have to bring proper identification to cast ballots in the 2006 general election following a Supreme Court decision today to overrule a lower court that halted the ID requirements approved by 2004’s Proposition 200. The Supreme Court ruled that voting requirements do not have the effect of turning away qualified registered voters ...

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