Politics & Government

February 1, 2016 9:17 PM

Decision on NC’s voter ID law now rests with federal judge

Trial challenging N.C. voter ID requirement ended Monday

Defenders said claim that it will hurt voters was ‘speculative’

Opponents said there’s little evidence the ID requirement was needed to prevent fraud

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