MO Supreme Court permanently blocks part of photo ID law

The Missouri Supreme Court handed down a 5-2 ruling Tuesday gutting the state’s photo voter ID law. Voters can once again bring non-photo identification — like a voter ID card, a college ID or a utility bill — to the polls without having to sign an affidavit stating they don’t have “a form of personal identification approved for voting.” Crystal Thomas, The Kansas City Star.

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