Lawsuit seeks to overturn Pennsylvania voter ID law
May 1, 2012 7:56 am
By Karen Langley / Post-Gazette Harrisburg Bureau
HARRISBURG — The debate over Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law is heading from the state House to the courthouse.
Groups opposed to requiring photo identification at the polls plan to file a lawsuit today in Commonwealth Court seeking to prevent the law from taking full effect at the November elections. The lawsuit will name about 10 people who lack the documents needed to obtain an acceptable form of identification, said three attorneys involved in the suit.
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