Wisconsin supreme court upholds state’s voter ID law
By Brendan O’Brien
MILWAUKEE — The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld a state law on Thursday requiring voters to have identification to cast a ballot, according to court documents.
The court wrote in its decision that providing a photo identification at the ballot box does not create a substantial burden to the voter, as claimed by the plaintiffs in the case.
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