Does the U.S. need stricter voter ID laws? | The Tylt
A federal appeals court recently stayed a lower court ruling, granting Texas the ability to implement a controversial voter ID law. Voting rights activists claim voter ID laws use "Jim Crow-era tactics" to make it more difficult for minorities to vote. But supporters claim the laws are necessary to prevent voter fraud. What do you think? 🎫
Does the U.S. need stricter voter ID laws?
I show photo ID to buy alcohol, get meds, visit doctor, cash a check in unknown banking facility. PHOTO id should b/required to vote, period— aSeed_ofWisdom (@aSeed_ofWisdom) September 6, 2017
The leading study on voter fraud found 31 cases out of 1 billion ballots cast.— America Resurgent (@ProgressOutlook) September 6, 2017
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