The Case Against ALL Voter I.D. Laws

They are unnecessary, discriminatory, and antidemocratic.

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Ever since the wave election of 2010 gave the Republican Party full control of numerous state legislatures, one agenda many of them have aggressively pursued has been to pass restrictive voter I.D. laws.

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Edward Robson, PhD, MFA

Edward Robson, PhD, MFA

Former psychologist, wordsmith, teacher, learner. Top writer in feminism, relationships, poetry, and other topics. ECRobson@gmail.com

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