Voter ID Debate Ramping Up Again For 2012

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Christina Bellantoni, associate politics editor, CQ Roll Call
Justin Levitt, associate professor of law, Loyola Law School
Kris Kobach, secretary of state, Kansas

More than half of states require or request voters to present some type of identification at the polls. Nine of those states require voters to present a government-issued photo ID, and in January, Kansas will become number ten.

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