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N.H. debates voter ID changes

CONCORD, N.H. — New restric­tions in New Hampshire’s voter identification law that are set to go into effect in September could cause delays at the polls, deter some from voting, and cost the state close to $1 million, opponents of the restrictions told a Senate hearing on Wednesday.

Representative Lucy Weber, Democrat of Walpole, said that passing legislation repealing those tighter restrictions will allow the state to examine the need for a voter ID law before moving forward.

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