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MO-Sen: Former McCaskill attorney behind group suing state of Missouri over voter ID for elections

Last year, Missouri implemented a new law requiring that in order to vote, citizens must present a government-issued proof of identification. But, the law states, in the instance that a voter does not possess such documentation, they may provide an alternative form of identification in addition to signing a sworn statement confirming they do not have the required government-issued proof of ID.
In 2016, Missouri voters passed the constitutional amendment known as House Bill 1631.
The “Voter ID” law is now being challenged by a group backed by an attorney who served not only as general counsel for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, but who also previously worked for incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.)…who happens to currently be running for reelection.
Okay, what’s the situation?
National progressive group Priorities USA filed the case on behalf of a 70-year-old Jackson County woman, claiming that Missouri’s voter ID law is unconstitutional.
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