Voter ID Law All But Passed in KY

The Kentucky House of Representatives voted 62-35 Tuesday in favor of the proposal, fulfilling a campaign pledge of Secretary of State Michael Adams that has marched through the Legislature despite a lack of evidence of in-person voter fraud.

The House made changes to Senate Bill 2, which means it must go back to the Senate for final approval before being sent to Gov. Andy Beshear for his signature or veto.

Beshear, a Democrat, said Wednesday he opposes the bill because he “can’t support any bill that makes it harder to vote.” Any veto, though, would likely get overturned by the Republican-led Legislature.

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