North Carolina Supreme Court reinstated state’s voter ID law
The conservative-leaning court in ruling ends voting rights for felons who are out of prison but still serving probation or parole.
The North Carolina Supreme Court on Friday reinstated the state's voter ID law, overturning a previous decision.
The law passed five years ago, according to local news organization CBS17.com.
The conservative-majority court made three decisions include one that reversed a map-drawing decision made years ago when the court was majority Democrat.
The other decision ends voting rights for felons who are out of prison but still serving probation or parole.
The court’s two Democratic justices dissented in all three cases, the local news site also reports.