State judge voids parts of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law

The measure passed by the GOP-controlled Legislature was one of the nation’s toughest and ‘suggests a legislative disconnect from reality,’ the judge said.

WASHINGTON — A Pennsylvania judge struck down key parts of the state’s tough voter identification law Friday, saying that it created an ordeal for hundreds of thousands of people who wish to vote but lack a driver’s license or U.S. passport.
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