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November 6th, 2011
04:50 AM ET

"Voting is something that should be simple"

Are new photo identification laws passed recently in several states meant to keep minorities away from the polls? T.J. Holmes talks about it with Civil rights attorney Judith Browne-Dianis and Hans von Spakovsky with The Heritage Foundation.

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  1. Angie Willis

    Is she serious? What does this have to do with black people? If there is a high percentage of black people that do not have state issued identification cards then this is less about voter discrimination and more about a widespread epidemic surrounding a specific minority group that has not obtained proper identification. Frankly put, whatever color you are, don't get caught with your pants down. Whether your hiney is pink, yellow, black or white I don't want to see it. In 2012, vote for common sense and responsibility.

    November 9, 2011 at 10:22 am |

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