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Capitol Report New Mexico - A bill that aims to establish a requirement that voters show photo ID when they come to the polls was heard for about an hour and a half Saturday (March 12) but since not all members of the House Voters and Elections Committee were able to ask questions of the bill’s sponsor — Rep. Cathrynn Brown (R-Carlsbad) — before going to a scheduled House floor session, a vote was put off until Tuesday (March 15).
Dianna Duran
House Bill 577 is a priority of Secretary of State Dianna Duran – who sat next to Brown Saturday before the committee — and is supported by Gov. Susana Martinez. A similar bill was turned away earlier this session (click here for that story) when a number of Democrats on the committee said they had a numbe of concerns, including how to handle absentee ballotting. Read rest of the story here: News New Mexico



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