North Carolina’s Photo ID Law Is On Trial. Again

The last time a North Carolina law requiring voters to present photo identification at the polls was challenged in court, it did not fare so well. In 2016, a three-judge panel of the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals declared the 2013 legislation drafted by the Republican-controlled North Carolina General Assembly unconstitutional and found it targeted African-American voters with “almost surgical precision.” Rusty Jacobs, North Carolina Public Radio.

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