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It's no surprise the two sides of the voter ID debate in Minnesota have different opinions about what have.
Happened in Pennsylvania I feel bad for the people Pennsylvania good news for the better -- Pennsylvania where -- opponents think it could impact voters here.
While supporters say not gonna happen.
First the ruling judge Roberts -- in deciding to delay full implementation of the new photo ID law until after the November 6 election.
Ruling that authorities had not moved fast enough to provide photo IDs for those who need opponents -- photo -- think the ruling will give Minnesota voters talks.
The more they look at this amendment they see how poorly written and -- they see how costly how complicated and unintended consequences.
I don't think -- have any impact on Minnesota at all out in the public opinion of the border -- -- amendment or in the legal precedent that's being sent.
Voter -- advocate Dan McGrath believes legal problems that have delayed voter ID in states like Wisconsin Texas and now Pennsylvania.
Will not be relevant here because this would not just change the law it would change the constitution.
I believe it -- pre legislation is as clean as I expect.
The challenges won't hold up in court -- elections law professor David shields who does think voter ID will pass isn't so sure.
He won't be surprised if they federal judge takes action on a state constitutional issue I can just -- a whole host of legal challenges.
Under the federal constitution.
That might very well forestall.
The border argument -- from going into effect.
A long time and potentially forever.
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