Simpson Blocks Pa. Voter ID Requirement for Next Election

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Voters won't have to show photo ID before casting a ballot in November, Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson ruled Tuesday, blocking that requirement in Pennsylvania's new voter ID law from taking effect in November.

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  • Mr_B

    I applaud Honorable Judge Simpson casting his decision,In light of the circumstances surrounding its intent.However every American should have a valid ID in their procession at all times. 2016 it should be Law.

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