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A federal judge has upheld a North Carolina law that requires residents to show photo identification before voting. Yesterday a 485-page ruling, Thomas D. Schroeder of the Federal District Court in Winston-Salem wrote that the law served a “legitimate state interest” with the aim to “detect and deter fraud.” Schroeder upheld the Republican-backed law, which includes the ID requirement, reducing the early voting period, and ending same-day registration.  North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, initiated the bill in August 2013, whose critics argue that it targets minority voters.

Judge Upholds NC Voter ID Mandate  was originally published on praisecharlotte.com

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