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Oct 04, 2012

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Phoenix Woman

As I watched Karlstad get hit with an unseasonably-early five inches of snow, it occurred to me that it is in Kittson County -- and if this amendment had been in effect today, they likely wouldn't have been able to pay for snow removal because they would have been forced to shell out $730,000 -- or $160 for every single resident of the county -- to pay for something whose net effect is to keep voters from voting:

http://my.firedoglake.com/phoenix/2012/09/01/mn-gops-voter-id-plan-would-cost-two-rural-counties-nearly-1-million/

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