Lawmaker Wants Pa. Voter IDs Offered At Legislative Offices

Law360, Philadelphia (March 11, 2013, 2:20 PM EDT) -- As a state appeals court gears up for a trial this summer over the constitutionality of Pennsylvania's controversial voter identification law, a state senator introduced a bill Friday that would allow legislative and municipal offices, as well as other community facilities, to offer state-issued ID cards to voters.

Sen. Wayne Fontana, D-Allegheny, said his bill would create neighborhood centers allowing voters without proper identification under the law to get ID cards without having to visit one of 71 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, or PennDOT, driver's license...
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