Voter ID http://wrti.org en High Court of Pennsylvania Hears Voter ID Appeal http://wrti.org/post/high-court-pennsylvania-hears-voter-id-appeal <p><strong>September 17, 2012</strong> - With federal and statewide elections around the corner, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is taking a hard look at the state's voter ID law. With&nbsp;few exceptions, the law requires PA voters to show a qualifying photo ID to get into the voting booth. Will it be effective on&nbsp;Tuesday, November 6th?&nbsp; That question was the focus of oral argument before the Commonwealth's High Court last week. WRTI's Meridee Duddleston presents a glimpse of the session. The hearing was broadcast by Pennsylvania Cable Network. <strong>Updates below...</strong></p> Wed, 03 Oct 2012 19:26:44 +0000 Meridee Duddleston 4452 at http://wrti.org High Court of Pennsylvania Hears Voter ID Appeal Activists Make Push To Get IDs To PA Voters http://wrti.org/post/activists-make-push-get-ids-pa-voters Pennsylvania's politically split Supreme Court is considering a challenge to a lower court ruling that upheld the state's polarizing voter identification law.<p>The law requires a state-issued photo ID card to vote, and supporters say it will help prevent voter fraud. Tue, 18 Sep 2012 12:02:48 +0000 Timothy Churchill 4454 at http://wrti.org Activists Make Push To Get IDs To PA Voters PA's Voter ID Law: Parties Scrambling As Election Day Looms http://wrti.org/post/pas-voter-id-law-parties-scrambling-election-day-looms <p>While supporters and opponents of Pennsylvania's new voter identification law look to the courts for a decision on implementing the regulations, citizen's groups and the state are preparing for election day. WRTI's Jim Hilgen talks to Keesha Gaskins, senior counsel for the Democracy Program at NYU School of Law Brennan Center for Justice, for&nbsp;an outsider's perspective on the law and the challenges in securing the needed ID for Pennsylvania voters.</p> Sun, 26 Aug 2012 23:34:30 +0000 Jim Hilgen 4345 at http://wrti.org PA's Voter ID Law: Parties Scrambling As Election Day Looms