Picture IDs are perfectly sensible

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Author(s) Was written by::Charleston Daily Mail editorial board
Source Was published by::Charleston Daily Mail
Date Was published on::September 28, 2006
URL Has URL::http://www.dailymail.com/news/Opinion/200609283/
Quotes-start.png [[Has quote::"While Ireland undoubtedly has worked hard to purge dead people from the voter registration rolls, people still manage to cast ballots in the names of the dead. Requiring a photo ID would nip that in the bud. Another Democratic talking point is that some of the poor, the elderly and the disabled do not have photo IDs. But the state already issues photo IDs to non-drivers at the Division of Motor Vehicles."]] Quotes-end.png
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