This time more legal than ever, or so proponents hope.
The Georgia House is scheduled to vote today on a new version of the state voter ID law, one that proponents hope will lead a federal judge to lift an injunction against its enforcement.
The Republican-backed bill would add a free voter ID issued in every county to the list of six government-issued IDs currently accepted at the polls.
The House also will get a chance to vote on a Democratic amendment to delay implementation until 2010. Other amendments passed along by the House Rules committee would provide full state funding of the new ID-issuance machines, and would allow counties flexibility in where to place them.