Proposed voter ID cards would cost $10 million

Capital News Service
LANSING — Three bills to increase voter photo identification requirements passed narrowly through the House and are on their way to the Senate. Under this package, voters without an ID at the time of voting would fill out a provisional ballot. It would be valid only  if the voter returns to the clerk within 10 days to either show an ID or provide evidence of why they can’t have one. That might include religious reasons or an inability to afford one. Current law allows registered voters withourr a voter ID to fill out an affidavit attesting to their identity.