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Common-sense ruling in Pa. voter ID case

Law was enjoined after sober, pragmatic assessment of its likely impact — partisanship does not always rule the day.

, The National Law Journal

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Law was enjoined after sober, pragmatic assessment of its likely impact — partisanship does not always rule the day.

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What's being said

  • T One

    And then it's on to proper ID for poll participation...that oughta nip the cheaters in the ---- and then we will finally know who the President was SUPPOSED to be..., right?

  • bullopa

    I fail to see how March 14th to November 6th is not enough time to get an ID. A U.S. Passport only takes a couple weeks to obtain.

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