New voter ID law likely will allow student IDs at the polls

By Jessica Snouwaert

During the midterm elections, North Carolina passed a constitutional amendment requiring voters to present photo IDs at the polls. Now the state legislature is deciding what kind of IDs will be accepted.

A previous law that was struck down by the courts excluded student IDs. Judges ruled that it discriminated against minorities.

Jessica Snouwaert joins us to talk about the new version legislators are working on.

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