Lawsuit against voter I.D. law today in Jefferson City, Missouri

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A legal challenge to Missouri’s voter ID law is in court Friday in Jefferson City.

 The NAACP and the ‘League of Women Voters’ sued to block the law requiring a photo ID to vote in Missouri. They claim it suppresses voter turnout.

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The law also requires anyone who tries to register voters to register with the state. Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft believes the law will be upheld in court.


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