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North Carolina Voter ID Law Struck Down

A U.S. Court of Appeals struck down Friday a North Carolina law that required voters to show photo identification before casting their ballot. The three-judge panel in the 4th circuit court of appeals ruled that the law had "discriminatory intent" and voted to overturn it. The law, passed in April, was criticized by many minority rights groups and activists as discriminatory, as it would disproportionately impact minorities and poor people who may not have drivers'...

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