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State and federal courts have slowed the steady march of the states toward sterner standards of voter identification. A state judge in Arkansas and a federal judge in Wisconsin recently struck down strict voter ID laws. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett ...
Thirty-four states have enacted laws requiring prospective voters to present some form of identification at the polls. Thirty-one of those voter ID laws are currently in effect. Pennsylvania's and Wisconsin's laws have been struck down, and North...