Memphis Library Card No Longer Voter ID

Warburton, Bob
November 2013
Library Journal;11/15/2013, Vol. 138 Issue 19, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses the decision issued by the Tennessee Supreme Court, which ended any chance that photo identification (ID) cards issued by the Memphis Public Library can be used as voter ID. A brief historical overview of the beginnings of the creation of the Memphis Public Library cards is presented. The article discusses the reasons behind the upholding of the Tennessee Voter Identification Act by the Tennessee Supreme Court on October 17, 2013.


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