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Controversy Surrounds Georgia Voter ID Proposal

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Controversy Surrounds Georgia Voter ID Proposal

Controversy Surrounds Georgia Voter ID Proposal

Controversy Surrounds Georgia Voter ID Proposal

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Minorities and the elderly in Georgia strongly oppose a proposal to require photo IDs for voters at the polls. Both groups say the plan, if enacted, would restrict their access to the polls. Supporters say they don't want to stop anyone from voting, just safeguard the integrity of the election process. Susanna Capelouto of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports.

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