PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court justices are weighing the fate of a new state law that requires each voter to show valid photo identification.
The justices heard arguments Thursday on whether the law poses an unnecessary threat to the right to vote.
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They aggressively questioned whether the law is necessary right now and whether it still guarantees the right to vote. With the Nov. 6 presidential election looming, there’s no word on when they’ll decide.
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