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Those against the new Tennessee voters' photo ID law say it is unfair to those with disabilities, since they are less likely to have a driver's license. Supporters of the law say people already need photo ID for many activities such as cashing a check, and that the disabled can cast absentee ballots.

The Tennessean - American Association of People with Disabilities says ID law unfair

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