Kentucky voter ID bill clears Senate, heads to House

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky Senate passed a less-stringent version of a bill that would set photo identification requirements for voting.

The bill would allow other acceptable forms of identification in order to vote.

People lacking photo IDs could present debit or credit cards or Social Security cards and still be allowed to vote.

They would have to affirm they're qualified to vote at that polling place.

The measure cleared the Senate on a 29-9 vote and now heads to the House.



 
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