voter ID en Texas Voter ID Law Now In Hands Of Three-Judge Panel The fate of Texas' new voter ID law is now up to a three-judge federal panel in Washington, D.C.<p>Lawyers for Texas and the Justice Department wrapped up five days of arguments in U.S. District Court Friday, with each side accusing the other of using deeply "flawed" data to show whether minorities would be unfairly hurt by a photo ID requirement.<p>The Justice Department said in court that about 1.5 million registered Texas voters don't have state-issued photo IDs, and that a disproportionate share of those voters are Hispanic or black. Fri, 13 Jul 2012 19:57:00 +0000 Pam Fessler 15712 at Texas Rep: Voters 'Don't Have Confidence' In System This week, a federal panel is hearing arguments for and against a voter ID law in Texas. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says the Texas voter ID law is like a modern poll tax. Guest host Maria Hinojosa talks more about the issue with Rep. Jose Aliseda, who testified at the hearing. He's a Republican State Representative for Texas who was born in Mexico. Thu, 12 Jul 2012 15:51:00 +0000 Maria Hinojosa 15585 at