Civil rights and voting rights groups are launching a campaign against a proposed voter ID law that's sure to pass the legislature early this session.
The state NAACP, the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, Democracy North Carolina, and others will talk Wednesday about an opposition plan that includes public pressure, a public service announcement and a website.
The Republican-led legislature was not able to get a voter ID law past former Gov.
Bev Perdue's veto, but Gov. Pat McCrory wants voter ID.