A Democratic state senator on Monday appealed Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Darr’s ruling that a voter-ID bill only required a majority vote in the House and Senate for approval. The lawmaker’s objection delayed action, for at least a day, of Senate Bill 2, which requires Arkansas voters to produce photo identification before casting a ballot.
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Front Section, Pages 1 on 03/19/2013
Print Headline: Senator appeals 50%-vote ruling on voter-ID bill