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Morning -- bill we're expecting that 25 hours or five days of arguments over the Texas voter ID law before three judge federal panel here in Washington.
Two of those judges reported by democratic presidents at stake is the Texas law that requires voters produce a photo ID at the voting Booth.
Critics including the Justice Department which block the law back -- -- enough march.
-- today that the law violates the 1964 voting rights act they say that.
Twice as many Hispanics as caucasians lack the necessary photo ID such as driver's licenses or passports.
Supporters of the Texas -- point out the dead people have cast ballots for President Obama.
And that photo IDs are common and necessary tool to function in everyday life.
You gotta have it if you wanna make an appointment with the attorney general you've got to have.
That photo IDR you're not getting in the Justice Department out drive.
And and it is we know.
If you look at the facts George.
We're quite create new requirement for a photo ID and in the two elections stance -- disenfranchised.
The three judge panel is not expected to rule on the case until late this summer certainly before the November elections that most observers believe that the case will eventually be decided by the Supreme Court bill we heard that mentioned the stated -- are there are other states that have several law not.
-- you -- as you said you heard congressman Goler mentioned -- voter ID law Indiana also has a voter ID law neither has been challenged by the Justice Department but the Supreme Court.
Did uphold the Indiana law in 2009.
That ruling though was very finely tailored.
And it does not cover the constitutionality.
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