PA Supreme Court Sets Aside Voter ID Law

09.19.12 | Jeremy Miller

         The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is setting aside a lower court ruling that allowed enforcement of the state's Voter ID Law. The decision asks the lower court to determine the availability of other forms of identification. Pennsylvania's law requires voters to present a driver's license or some other acceptable state or federal ID to cast a ballot in November. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett and other supporters of the law say it's needed to stop voter fraud. The ACLU and other opponents claim the measure is aimed at keeping likely Democratic voters from the polls.