Voter ID laws are popping up in states all over the country. Proponents say they are necessary to prevent voter fraud. Opponents claim they are solutions designed to address problems that don't really exist. Even more troubling, they might even be used to disenfranchise large swaths of our nation's poor. Please join the Duke Law ACLU in welcoming Clare Barnett from the Southern Coalition for Social Justice and Jen Frye from Democracy NC for a discussion about this controversial topic!
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