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PERRY COUNTY - Voters headed to the polls Tuesday to determine if Tell City High School should undergo up to $10 million worth of work should take identification with them, despite a September ruling that the voter-identification law is unconstitutional.
A news release e-mailed to The News Thursday by the office of Secretary of State Todd Rokita asserts that a voter-identification law enacted in 2005 but struck down in September by the state's court of appeals remains in effect.
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