Federal Judge to Texas: Aid Voters Without ID Before Presidential Election

A day after handing the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit handed Texas a startling defeat over its voter I.D. because it discriminates against minority voters, a trial judge assigned to the case gave the state its marching orders: come up with a plan that allows those without the proper papers to vote before the November general election.

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