Court Says Indiana Voter ID Law Unconstitutional

     (CN) – Indiana’s voter ID law is unconstitutional and must be declared void because it “regulates voters in a manner that is not uniform and impartial,” the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled.
     The Republican-controlled Indiana General Assembly passed a law in 2005 requiring citizens voting in person on Election Day to present government-issued photo identification.
     The law didn’t apply to voters casting absentee ballots by mail.
     The League of Women Voters of Indiana challenged the law, saying it discouraged Democrats from voting.

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