Thomas Farr, center, conferring with attorneys during a break at a hearing to determine whether the Voter ID law requires a change to the N.C. Constitution.
Thomas Farr, center, conferring with attorneys during a break at a hearing to determine whether the Voter ID law requires a change to the N.C. Constitution. Chris Seward N&O file photo
Thomas Farr, center, conferring with attorneys during a break at a hearing to determine whether the Voter ID law requires a change to the N.C. Constitution. Chris Seward N&O file photo
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