ID, Please! 

The problems, the pushback - and the politics - behind Tennessee's controversial Voter Photo ID Bill.

No Barriers Opponents of Tennessee's Voter ID bill fight back. By Chris Davis Beginning January 1, 2012, registered Tennessee voters who want to go to the polls early or to cast their ballots in person on Election Day will have to present…

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