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Secretary Condos On Voter ID Laws, Early Voting

07/13/12 12:00PM By Bob Kinzel
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AP/Toby Talbot
Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos has said he's opposed to voter ID laws.

Early voting for Vermont's primary election begins on Monday. It's estimated that 25 percent of all voters will use this system this year. We talk with Secretary of State Jim Condos about early voting, and whether states should require photo IDs for all voters.

Let us know what you think. Post your questions and comments below, or write to vermontedition@vpr.net.

Also on the program, two weeks ago the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, and health care has become a key issue in this year's presidential race. In Vermont, Governor Peter Shumlin is pushing for a publicly financed single payer system by 2017. We talk to Shumlin about the timeline for implementing a single payer system, and possibilities for funding it. 

And we listen back to some of the voices in this week's news.


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