9 days ago
"Davis and Rodriguez, resurrecting concerns aired during the volatile debates over a voter ID bill, said the requirement could discriminate against lower-income groups.
72 days ago
Senators working on a bipartisan immigration bill are likely abandoning the idea of requiring a new high-tech federal ID for workers because it's too expensive.
76 days ago
Critics of a proposed voter photo ID law vowed Thursday to launch a vigorous effort to fight the proposal, saying it amounted to a 21st-century version of the poll tax used to keep blacks from...
85 days ago
ID is making the special with the help of NBC News and that company's Peacock Productions.
105 days ago
How dare U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder give a TV interview saying Texas couldn't show evidence of widespread voter impersonation, the supposed problem that requiring an ID would tackle.
106 days ago
Now, emboldened by new veto-proof supermajorities, Missouri Republicans tout dueling voter ID proposals making their way through both the House and Senate.
135 days ago
The parents of 15-year-old Andrea Hernandez are suing her San Antonio high school, arguing that the ID rule violates her religious beliefs.