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Sen. Scott Newman of Hutchinson watches Rep. Mary Kiffmeyer of Big Lake Tuesday talk about a proposed constitutional amendment to require Minnesotans to show a photo identification card before they can vote. Newman and Kiffmeyer plan to sponsor the amendment in next year's legislative session. Pioneer Photo/Don Davis

GOP lawmakers start voter ID amendment work

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ST. PAUL -- Republican lawmakers say they will push a proposed constitutional amendment early next year requiring Minnesotans to show photographic identification cards before voting.

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