The Tennessee Court of Appeals, acting in a Memphis case, has upheld the constitutionality of the state’s controversial law that requires voters to display a photo ID. However, the appeals court overturned two other rulings by Chancellor Carol McCoy. The ruling can be read here and here.
She had ruled the law constitutional, but said two people who cast provisional ballots in the August election did not have standing to bring the suit. She said a photo card was the Memphis Public Law but was not valid for voting. The appeals court said the two voters did have standing. It was also ruled that the library card was sufficient.