the state will send workers to ones home and create an ID right on the spot providing all the proper documentation is provided by the would be voter.
even though there is already precedent set in the Supreme Court for it for Indiana. The DOJ 'argument'/justification is that it doesn't allow for 'poor' and minorities because Texas is such a large state that getting those free ID's would cause a hardship. Funny how those poor and minorities aren't in a hardship position when it comes to getting to a Social Service agency to register for welfare, foodstamps, and other giveaway programs they are 'entitled' to. This decision was handed down by a Fed court in DC (surprise, surprise) with two more states' cases for the same voter ID coming up before them next week. Supreme Court, here we come again.
And, here I always thought that a picture ID had to be given in order to get your EBT (foodstamp) debit card and welfare check. Or did they do away with THAT law, too? I know whenever anybody I personally knew signed up, the first thing they were asked regarding documents was a driver's license or a state picture ID card.