PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court justices are weighing the fate of a new state law that requires each voter to show valid photo identification.
The justices heard arguments Thursday on whether the law poses an unnecessary threat to the right to vote.
They aggressively questioned whether the law is necessary right now and whether it still guarantees the right to vote. With the Nov. 6 presidential election looming, there’s no word on when they’ll decide.
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