The Michigan House house approved tougher identification requirements for voters!

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The legislation was passed by majority Republicans and would change how people voting without ID are processed, according to WOOD. Right now, if you don't have an ID, you have to sign an affidavit before voting. Under the Bill, you could still vote, but you would have to make a trip to the local clerk’s office no later than 10 days after the election to ensure their ballot is counted. There, you would have to show your photo ID and current address or another document showing residency or sign an affidavit attesting to an inability to obtain an ID.

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