Urbin Report

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

US Supreme Court protects Civil Rights of American Citizens

The US Supreme Court has upheld the Indiana law requiring a valid picture ID when voting. This ruling protects the Civil Rights of Americans from having their vote nullified by voter fraud.

Other things that require a valid photo ID include: driving a motor vehicle legally on public roads, purchasing a cell phone, renting a video, and purchasing effective allergy medicine.