Before a judge ruled for Pennsylvania that photo identification would not be required in this election, some sisters worried. According to The Scranton Times Tribune:
"For decades, Sister Jeanne Gallagher, I.H.M., taught young children about government and the importance of voting.
"As the November election nears, the 86-year-old nun and retired teacher fears the state's controversial Voter ID law will keep her and other senior citizens from having their say in who leads the country."
Find out why at The Scranton Times Tribune. (h/t David Gibson at Religion News Service's Religion News Roundup)
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