VIDEO Updated: MN House Passes Voter ID Bill
House approval comes on party lines to let voters decide on Constitutional amendment.
Update (2:30 a.m. Wednesday): The Minnesota House of Representatives passed a bill early Wednesday to put a Constitutional amendment on the ballot next November requiring voters to show photo ID when they vote.
The vote, like most others Tuesday on proposed changes to the bill, was along party lines, 72-62.
The Minnesota Senate Rules Committee takes up the bill Wednesday. If approved by the Legislature, voters will decide by referendum at next fall's general election whether to change the state Constitution.
Another referendum banning same-sex marriage is already set to appear on the ballot.
(Orginial post, 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 20) Roseville Patch readers, the Minnesota House of Representatives will debate and decide Tuesday whether to put a Constitutional amendment requiring photo ID at polling places on the November ballot.
Watch it here live via The UpTake.