The faith community in Chattanooga, Tenn. recently launched a local voter empowerment movement to inform all eligible voters of changes to Tennessee's voter registration laws. The reforms, which went into effect in January, require voters to possess a valid government-issued photo ID, and in some cases, proof of citizenship. The voting law changes are an effort to disenfranchise the poor, elderly, students and minority groups, according to the faith community.
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