Associated Press
October 2, 2012

A Pennsylvania judge has ruled to temporarily suspend the revised strict photo-ID laws requiring persons to present government-issued IDs when trying to vote. The AP reports: "His ruling came after listening to two days of testimony about the state's eleventh-hour efforts to make it easier to get a valid photo ID. He also heard about long lines and ill-informed clerks at driver's license centers and identification requirements that made it hard for some registered voters to get a state-issued photo ID."

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