Foes of Minnesota voter ID push decry question wording
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Groups opposed to a proposed constitutional amendment to require photo IDs for voting are arguing to Minnesota's highest court that allowing the ballot question to move forward would set up a "voter beware" choice.
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