Pennsylvania

PA Judge Rules in Favor of Voter ID Law

However, voters without photo ID will still be allowed to vote in November

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — A Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge has ruled that the state's controversial new voter ID law will stand, but voters without a valid picture ID card will still be able to cast their vote and have it counted this November.

Judge Robert Simpson has effectively decided to postpone part of the law.   Following his ruling, voters will still be asked for a valid voter ID at the poll.  But if they don't have it, they will still be able to cast their vote in the usual manner.