A bill that would create a voter ID law has passed the Senate after serious discussion about its meaning. The bill would require voters to show a form of accepted ID in order to vote in person. The list includes forms of ID that can be used to register to vote in Wyoming: a driver’s license, state or tribal ID, passport, military ID, or a Wyoming public school, university or community college ID. The bill, though, also includes a Medicare card as an accepted form, an option that’s been pushed by Wyoming AARP to maintain voting access for older Wyomingites. Catherin Wheeler, Wyoming Public Radio.
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