Voter ID bill passes Senate with changes
BISMARCK -- North Dakota voters may have to present identification before they can cast a ballot at the next election.
Senate lawmakers Wednesday passed an amended House Bill 1332 by a 30-16 vote, which will eliminate the voter affidavit process that allows a voter to cast a ballot without proof of eligibility.
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