Native Americans Challenge S.D. Voter I.D. Law

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A new law in South Dakota requires voters to show photo identification at the polls. But many of the state's Native Americans live in poverty and don't carry photo IDs. They charge the law has prevented many Native Americans from voting. South Dakota Public Radio's Charles Michael Ray reports.

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