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In the North Carolina General Assembly, the House passed its version of the voter ID bill last week, and now it heads to the Senate.
This legislation was introduced a few years ago.
One rookie legislator at the time said, “I thought we’d get to Raleigh, and all we’d talk about was jobs, jobs, jobs. Instead, we talked about everything except jobs.”
A proposed voter ID bill was one of the things they talked about then.
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