Partisanship disqualifies Voter ID
Published 03/30/2012, DL-Online
One of the U.S. Constitution’s great strengths is the fact that amending the document is so difficult. The usual process demands the approval of 2/3 of both houses of Congress and 3/4 of the states. That has kept the U.S. government’s founding document remarkably compact.Word count: 461
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