The anticipated Republican move in the legislature to revisit voter identification is apparently right around the corner.
A spokesman for House Speaker Thom Tillis said Friday that Tillis and one of the chairmen of the House Elections Committee will outline plans at a news conference on Tuesday.
Public hearings or committee meetings will then examine what other states are doing, and to seek other input, according to The Associated Press.
The GOP approved a bill requiring a photo ID to vote last session but it was vetoed and not overridden. With a Republican governor in office, however, passing such a law is high on the GOP agenda.