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“At the Legislature and in other states that have taken up the national GOP push for a photo ID requirement at the polls, the issue has taken on a highly partisan color. As a result, to many people, the voting amendment is about giving or denying an advantage to one party over another.
But this amendment has broader implications. It’s also about whether or not Minnesotans see those at the margins of life as their fellow citizens.
“We’d like to de-partisanize this, and make it about the people it affects,” Marx said. That won’t be easy. But when Lutherans and Catholics work together in Minnesota, miracles are possible.” via StarTribune.com Mobile | News, weather, sports.