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David Stout

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Washington Bureau reporter for the New York Times

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A week before Indiana's presidential primaries, the US Supreme Court today   upheld  that state's law requiring photo identification when voters go to the polls.

Supreme Court Upholds Indiana Voter ID Law

A week before Indiana's presidential primaries, the US Supreme Court today upheld that state's law requiring photo identification when voters go to the polls.

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