John P. Gregg: Expect chaos at N.H. polls as college IDs dropped as proof of NH residence
House and Senate negotiators in Concord this week have failed to agree on rolling back the second phase of New Hampshire’s Voter ID law — enacted when Tea Party Republicans ran the House — which means by later this year, the acceptable list of identification cards voters may use to vote at the polls will no longer include college IDs.
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