Lawmaker move forward with voting laws

State lawmakers are moving forward with changes to Virginia’s voting laws.

The state Senate passed a bill on Monday that removes a requirement to show photo ID when voting.

Another measure approved by the Senate will allow voters to cast an absentee ballot without having to provide a reason. The bills now move to the governor’s desk for his signature.  

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