On the day a judge halted a controversial provision of Pennsylvania’s newly implemented voter ID law, Jon Stewart mocked the law and others for trying to solve what is, “by all accounts, is nonexistent, but nevertheless a major concern for all Americans.”
Five weeks before the election, Judge Robert Simpson halted — for this election only — a provision that would have required all voters to show a government ID at the voting booth, a law that was implemented by a Republican legislature.
Stewart took a look at who the law could affect — veterans, the elderly and … Jim Cramer’s father.
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