With the Nebraska state legislature scheduled to start debate on January 18 on a proposed voter ID bill, the Nebraska League rallied in Omaha with other groups in opposition. Linda Duckworth, president of the League of Women Voters of Nebraska, noted that such legislation “unfairly targets citizens with low income, seniors, youth and citizens with disabilities.” Arguing that impersonation is not a problem in her state, she declared, “As a former English teacher, it pains me to say — if it ain't broke, don't fix it.” Read more here, here and here.