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Missouri's voter ID law is back in court. Here's a look at what it does

  • Missouri's GOP-led Legislature passed a law requiring voters to show photo identification, which has been challenged in court by the Missouri League of Women Voters and NAACP.
  • The law allows people without a government-issued photo ID to cast provisional ballots, but critics argue that the requirements make voting difficult for some voters.
  • Similar voter ID laws have been enacted in other Republican-led states, such as North Carolina and Nebraska.
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