Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
By John Gideon on 3/10/2009, 4:24pm PT  

Today a very heated debate began in the Texas legislature over a more robust Voter ID law than the state presently has. The new legislation would require a photo identification or the use of alternative forms of identification such as utility bills or bank statements on top of a voter registration card or other personal identification. The GOP will call witnesses to include officials from Georgia and Indiana, two of the states that require a photo identification. Democrats will be calling witnesses from civil rights organizations.

Al Franken’s attorneys, in Minnesota, have said they will probably rest their case tomorrow. ...

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