The SCOTUS found that you can require voters to produce an approved version of ID in order to vote. Logical assistance for fraud prevention. I just find it strange to hear Souter whining about:
Indiana's voter ID law "threatens to impose nontrivial burdens on the voting rights of tens of thousands of the state's citizens," Souter said.God lord, voting is a duty and a privilege. You'd think that this was an egregious attack on the common voter rather than a simple additional activity to vote. How about registering? Getting to the voting booth?