A court ruling Friday will allow North Carolina’s voter ID law to go into effect in time for the 2020 presidential election. A panel of three Superior Court judges heard arguments for the case June 28 when lawyers argued over whether the law would discriminate against African American voters in North Carolina. The law is meant to implement an amendment to the state’s constitution approved by North Carolina voters last fall that requires voters to show photographic identification before voting. Elizabeth Thompson, The News & Observer.
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