Las Vegas Review Journal Editorial: “Nevada Should Enact Photo ID Law”

The public doesn’t buy the argument that identification laws suppress turnout, or that election fraud simply doesn’t happen enough to justify photo ID requirements. They want common-sense security measures to protect the integrity of elections. And photo identification is largely settled law. The U.S. Supreme Court in 2008 upheld Indiana’s toughest-in-the-nation photo ID standard 6-3, with an opinion in favor written by liberal justice John Paul Stevens, who said such a requirement is not “excessively burdensome.”  Link