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New Tennessee laws of 2012

A law requiring a photo ID to vote is among a number of new state laws that went into effect Sunday in Tennessee.
Opponents of the controversial legislation say it will keep some people from voting, while supporters say it will help prevent voter fraud.
“What this is going to do is it’s going to disenfranchise a lot of voters,” said state Rep. Charles Curtiss, who voted against the bill. “Some people aren’t going to go out and get a photo ID. They’re just not going to vote.”
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