Dangerous voter ID laws continue to be supported despite dangerous effects on democracy
Voter ID often prevents honest citizens from crucial right to vote
Virginia state house and senate pass bills limiting acceptable types of ID for voting
On Tuesday, Virginia state senators voted along party lines to reduce the types of ID considered acceptable for voting in the state’s elections. According to the Lynchburg News and Advance, the evenly divided senate got a tie-breaking vote from Republican Lieutenant Gov. Bill Bolling.
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