If you talk to any progressive activist about this issue, they tell stories that make it seem as if obtaining an official ID from the state one lives in is the most cost-prohibitive and insanely difficult thing to achieve in the history of humanity.
It’s all garbage, of course.
Here is the simple truth behind the decision:
The judges said the inconvenience of getting the requirements for an ID and getting the ID itself do not qualify as a substantial burden on the right to vote.
At worst, getting an ID is an inconvenience. Those who would have you believe it is a widespread impossibility are attempting to turn isolated incidents into the norm. There is no concerted effort to disenfranchise voters. NONE of what the progressives say is true.
Just wanted to clear that up.