Reforming Voter ID

It could halt the roving license service.:

he leader of the Georgia House said Wednesday a new proposal to revise the state’s controversial voter ID requirements would likely put the brakes on expanding a program that brings licensing services to the doorsteps of the poor.
Few have sought out the Georgia Licensing on Wheels bus, which began to rove neighborhoods after Georgia lawmakers passed a law requiring voters to bring a state-issued photo ID to the polls. The law eliminated the use of some forms of identification to vote, including Social Security cards, birth certificates and utility bills.
“It’s not successful because there’s not that many people who don’t have some form of photo identification,