The US Supreme Court in a 6-2 decision declined to overturn a stay that allows North Dakota to enforce a requirement that voters must provide a residential address on a driver's license or ID card. Native American residents challenging the law argued that thousands of people living on reservations without standard addresses will be unable to vote.
US high court upholds order allowing N.D. voter ID provision
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