A voting ID measure causes filibuster in Missouri Senate
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A voting ID measure causes filibuster in Missouri Senate

Date: May 7, 2014
By: John Zupon
State Capitol Bureau

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A filibuster in the Missouri Senate causes no vote, on a measure about voting.
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Wrap: Democrats blocked vote on a Republican plan about voter ID.

Republicans want to put a measure on the the next ballot to require voters in Missouri to show a photo ID before voting.

Democrats like Independence Senator Paul LeVota do not like this bill.

Actuality:  VOTERID1.WAV
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Description: We're on the voter disenfranchising bill, that we get annually here.

Republicans think this will eliminate voter fraud.
 
Reporting from the state Capitol, I’m John Zupon.
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Democrats in the Senate block a vote on a Republican voting measure.
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Wrap: Republicans want to put a measure on the the next ballot to require voters in Missouri to show a photo ID before voting.

Actuality:  VOTERID2.WAV
Run Time:  00:13
Description: Here we are focusing more time on suppressing the vote versus figuring out a way to increase voter participation. Ridiculous.

Democrats do not like this plan calling say it disenfranchises voters in Missouri while Republicans think this will eliminate voter fraud.

Reporting from the state Capitol, I’m John Zupon,


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