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Texas Spends Over $2 Million Defending Voter ID, Redistricting

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) signed the voter ID law in 2011. (AP) | AP

WASHINGTON -- Texas has now spent more than $2 million defending its law to require photo identification to vote and its redrawing of political boundaries, officials said after federal judges sided against the state in both cases last week.

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