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Democracy NC: Why North Carolinians should be wary of the legislature’s vague new voter ID proposal

If you missed it over the weekend, be sure to listen to NC Policy Watch’s radio interview with Democracy NC Executive Director Tomas Lopez on the legislature’s plan to pass a voter ID constitutional amendment before adjourning. Lopez explains how this voter ID proposal is different and perhaps more worrisome than what lawmakers put forth in 2013. Click below to listen to the full interview with Lopez and Policy Watch’s Rob Schofield:


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