- Some think more types of identification should be allowed when people vote.
Opponents of Wisconsin's voter identification law will argue the issue in federal court.
The case represents the latest push from the American Civil Liberties Union against a law passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature and signed by Gov. Scott Walker.
The Wisconsin Justice Department is defending the legislation.
Supporters say voters should be required to show ID to guard against election fraud.
Opponents claim the true intent of the law is to make voting tougher for older, poor and minority voters.
Those groups tend to support Democrats and are less likely to have the types of ID required by the law.
|Story By: Associated Press