Not unlike this summer’s trial, the hearing on Pennsylvania’s voter ID law this week presents Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson with a fast-developing set of facts.

Those facts are developing so fast that Simpson was informed that the Department of State just Monday night has changed the application process for securing a compliant identification card. So, similar to answers from government officials at the trial, the future tense pervaded the answers they gave about the program as it will be implemented in the weeks before November’s election.

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