JUST-IN: Georgia Senate passes voter ID bill

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ATLANA — The Georgia state Senate on Tuesday passed legislation that would require voters to submit a driver’s license number, state identification card number, or a copy of an approved form of identification in order to vote by absentee.

Georgia’s upper chamber passed the measure, Senate Bill 67, by a 35-18 vote. The legislation now heads to the state House for consideration, The Associated Press reports.

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  1. There was no obvious reason to reject bill 241. We have been assured that this pandemic would be under control by the next election so why reject 241?

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