Voter ID Injunctified
His ruling leaves the law in place, finds that there is nothing unconstitutional or unlawful about it, only that some affected voters haven't been provided enough time to comply with it and that the state hadn't been able to do enough reach out to get these would-be voters suitable IDs.
Spencerblog remains skeptical of the use anecdotal stories pushing the meme that getting an photo ID was just too great a burden for thousands of people. But, it's not a bad thing that Judge Simpson decided to err on the side of voter inclusiveness, rather than exclusiveness.
There will be no good excuse in the future for voters not to be able to prove who there are when they are casting a ballot. Despite what Democrats have been saying for months, voter fraud does and has occurred for years. There are numerous examples of it, including (but not limited to) the apparent theft of the 1960 presidential election. Tightening up the process, making it less susceptible to fraud and out-right theft, is in everybody's best interest.