The state House voted today to send two proposals to the Senate aimed at requiring photo identification of Missouri voters.
The first vote sheet is for a proposed change to the state Constitution. This would be necessary for Missouri to enact a voter photo ID law because the state Supreme Court threw out a previous voter photo ID law as unconstitutional.
The second vote sheet, below, is for the language that would put the voter photo ID requirement into state statute. That language, found in HB 30, would not take effect unless Missouri voters approve the proposed constitutional change, HJR 1, for which the vote sheet is seen above.