- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 21, 2015

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota’s House has approved a measure that clarifies the state’s voter identification requirements.

The House voted 68-23 on Tuesday to approve the measure. The Senate endorsed it earlier but removed language that would have allowed voters to use a bank statement, a bill or change-of-address form to prove residency.

Senators also stripped language that would have allowed an expired driver’s license to be used as acceptable voter identification.

One new form of acceptable voter identification is a long-term care certificate.

The measure now heads to Gov. Jack Dalrymple for his signature.

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