Supreme Court debates Indiana voter ID law

Court-watchers say the U.S. Supreme Court does not seem convinced Indiana’s voter ID law is unconstitutional.

The 2005 law was debated before the high court Wednesday.

Republicans say it’s a way to defer voter fraud, while democrats and civil rights groups say it is a way to prevent the elderly, poor, and minorities from voting.

The case should be decided by June—after the primary, but in time for the November election.


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