Angela Couloumbis

Philadelphia Inquirerer

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Reporter on state politics for Philadelphia Inquirer's Capitol Bureau in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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Voters in Pennsylvania can still be asked for photo ID in November's election, but if they don't have it, they can vote anyway.  That's the  ruling  of Judge Robert Simpson.

Pennsylvania Judge Blocks Controversial Voter ID Law

Voters in Pennsylvania can still be asked for photo ID in November's election, but if they don't have it, they can vote anyway.  That's the ruling of Judge Robert Simpson.

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