Less than two weeks before a primary, a new Georgia election law is being challenged in court.
The law requires residents to show a government-issued photo I-D before voting. But critics say it's unconstitutional because it disproportionately affects older, poorer and minority voters.
A similar law passed a year ago was blocked in federal court by a judge who equated it to a poll tax. Georgia lawmakers amended it to made free I-D cards available to those who need them. Election officials say only a few dozen of the cards have been requested so far.
Supporters of the law say it's necessary to prevent election fraud. A judge will hear arguments next week.