Judge Won’t Block Voter ID Law

On Tuesday, a Commonwealth Court judge announced that he will not block Pennsylvania’s voter identification law from taking effect prior to the upcoming November election. Civil rights groups sought to have the law stayed until after the election because they say it will disenfranchise scores of voters. Governor Corbett and Pennsylvania’s GOP legislators worked to pass the measure to prevent voter fraud in the Keystone State, which is something that, basically, never happens ever. Lawyers from the ACLU and other civil rights groups involved plan to appeal the ruling. [Inquirer]