Andy Barr
Politico
October 27, 2010

A six-year-old Arizona law requiring that voters prove their citizenship in order to register to vote was struck down Tuesday.

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The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the portion of the law requiring that voters present identification before casting their ballot, part of a proposition passed in 2004 amid concerns that illegal immigrants may try to vote in state and federal elections.

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