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The Spirit Lake Tribe of North Dakota filed an emergency motion to prevent the state from enacting part of its new voter identification law only to see it blocked by a judge. So reports ABC News.

The judge said blocking part of the law so close to Election Day would cause confusion. The new law requires all voters to have an ID with a residential address listed in order to cast a vote.

The Spirit Lake Tribe said around 200 people live on the reservation without a residential street address.

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