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South Carolina Voter’s ID Law Stirs Debate

March 26, 2012

The voter’s ID law bound to be implemented at South Carolina stirs debate, reports said.

Those opposing the voter’s ID law implementation stated that there is an impending danger of racial discrimination on nonwhite registered voters, which are least expected of having a driver’s license.

Domino effect ensues when these people needed ID’s for Social Services but were prevented by the defective personal identification system of the country.

This prompted advocates to push for a national system of personal identification that is more efficient than driver’s licenses and Social Security cards, systems which are implemented nowadays.

They further stated that with the modern technology that the country has, this is by far achievable. It can even enhance privacy and state support which most citizens need, they added.

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