Legislation dealing with voter identification is headed to the full Michigan Senate.
The Senate Elections Committee voted 3-1 Wednesday afternoon on three bills that are part of an election reform package introduced by Senate Republicans earlier this year.
All of the bills approved yesterday deal with issuing provisional ballots to voters who don't have a photo ID.
Supporters say the legislation will make sure the individual voting is who they say they are.
Opponents say the bills call for voters to provide more documentation than is currently required by law