SCOTUS upholds Indiana voter ID law

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Indiana’s law requiring voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot is constitutional, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this morning.
The nation’s high court issued its decision at 10 a.m. on the pair of consolidated cases, William Crawford, et al. v. Marion County Election Board, et al., No. 07-21, and Indiana Democratic Party, et al. v. Todd Rokita, No. 07-25. The decision comes just a week prior to Indiana’s primary on May 6, upholding the strictest voter ID law in the nation and dismissing any uncertainty that may have existed going into the election after justices heard arguments in early January.
Today’s 65-page opinion can be read here.

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