December 30, 2013
'If I Need ID to Buy Cough Syrup, Why Shouldn't I Need ID to Vote?'

How to respond to an ubiquitous, and misleading, question about voting rights.
Read more. [Image: Anita Hart/Flickr]

'If I Need ID to Buy Cough Syrup, Why Shouldn't I Need ID to Vote?'

How to respond to an ubiquitous, and misleading, question about voting rights.

Read more. [Image: Anita Hart/Flickr]

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    This makes awesome points and clear ones. Any one confused about Voter ID laws and the effect they have should read...
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    Because one ‘right’ (to buy cough syrup) has been abused. And the other right (to vote), has been proven statistically...
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