Pa. Voter ID trial resumes in Harrisburg

Pa. Voter ID trial resumes in Harrisburg

HARRISBURG, Pa. - The trial concerning Pennsylvania's controversial Voter ID law has resumed in state Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg.

Today's testimony focused on the IDs themselves.

Attorneys for the plaintiffs say dozens of voters who applied for ID cards didn't get them.

A state elections official involved in the process says more than 3,800 cards have been issued, and 49 are being held for various reasons.

The Voter ID law has yet to be enforced.

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