Are new voter ID laws unfairly blocking people from the polls?
This election cycle, 14 states have new voter ID laws, with eight of them limiting what kind of identification voters can use. Some people say the photo ID laws make it easier to vote and harder to cheat in voting booths, but are the new provisions targeting certain groups unfairly? NBC investigative correspondent Ronan Farrow reports for TODAY. Red, White and You is brought to you by Amazon
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