House Republicans Hope To Vote on Voter Photo ID Measure

Republicans in the Missouri House say they hope to vote next week on two measures requiring voters to show a photo ID before casting ballots in an election.  Both of those bills made it through committee and are headed to the House floor.  The constitutional amendment would require voter approval.  The Missouri Supreme Court ruled nine years ago that requiring a photo ID in order to vote was unconstitutional.  The state would set aside as much as 17 million dollars to pay for documents for people who don’t already have a photo ID.


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