Cindi Ross Scoppe

October 19, 2012 12:00 AM

Scoppe: SC photo voter ID law much ado — and money, and political energy — about nothing

IN CASE ANYONE was confused about exactly what difference it will make now that South Carolina has permission to implement the new photo ID voter law that Gov. Nikki Haley used to trash-talk the Obama administration at the Republican National Convention, the federal judges who unanimously approved it last week offer this explanation: “South Carolina’s new law … does not require a photo ID to vote.”

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