AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A new Texas law that would require more identification from voters has hit a road bump.
The U.S. Department of Justice says the state provided "incomplete" information. Therefore, the agency says they can't determine whether the new law would illegally discriminate against
minorities. Federal law requires that changes to voting practices in Texas be cleared by federal officials before they can be enforced.
A report in the Austin American-Statesman says that will likely delay the scheduled Jan. 1 start of
enforcement of the new law.