Pennsylvania Defends Law on ID for Voters
The Refugees from the Jim Crow South were given Safe(r) Haven in the Norht until… . . the metastisizing cancer of the modern GOP showed up there as well.
Pennsylvania’s voter identification law, one of the strictest in the nation, was back before a court on Monday in a case that opponents hope will end once and for all requirements that were suspended by a judge a few weeks before last year’s presidential election.
Michael Rubin, a Washington lawyer working with the American Civil Liberties Union to oppose the law, said the state had no evidence of fraud and no plan to present any at the trial, which is taking place in Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg and is expected to last two weeks.
A spokesman for the state, Nils Hagen-Frederiksen, countered outside the courthouse after opening arguments on Monday, “There is no doubt some form of voter fraud does occur.”