Wyo. Floats Bill Allowing Tribal ID Use For Voter Registration

Law360 (August 21, 2019, 9:02 PM EDT) -- A Wyoming Legislature select committee has passed a draft bill aimed at facilitating the use of tribal identification for voter registration, according to a Republican representative who co-chairs the group.

Wyoming’s Select Committee on Tribal Relations has approved a draft bill that would make it clear that individuals can use tribe-issued identification to register to vote, co-chair and Republican state Rep. Lloyd Larsen told Law360 on Wednesday.

The lawmakers agreed to pass along the proposed measure during a Monday meeting, asking the Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee to sponsor the legislation during the next legislative session, Larsen said.

Larsen said...

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