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GOP leaders soften stance on voter ID

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Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2013 8:14 am | Updated: 8:25 am, Thu Jan 10, 2013.

RALEIGH -- Republicans grasped historic dominance at the statehouse Wednesday, starting the legislative session with a supermajority in the House and Senate, even while expressing interest in compromising on a political flashpoint.

GOP leaders are softening their stance on legislation to require voters to show a photo identification card at the polls after seeing a new analysis from state election officials showing that it may hinder nearly one in 10 voters.

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