Democrats push back against voter identification laws

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But Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow at the conservative-leaning Heritage Foundation, told a congressional panel this fall that photo-ID laws do not disenfranchise voters.

“Contrary to the near-hysterical claims of opponents, voter ID does not depress the turnout of voters, including minority, poor, and elderly voters,” he said.

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