The Supreme Court has decided not to mess with Texas, leaving in place a lower court decision on that state's voter ID Law.

FOX's Malini Wilkes has more from Washington:

The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal of the Lone-Star state's Voter ID law, but is leaving the door open to taking up the case at a later time.

Texas is pushing to restore its original Voter ID law, once among the toughest in the nation. The law allowed just seven approved forms of photo identification, including handgun licenses, but not college ID's.

A lower court had ruled the law was discriminatory and the state had to soften its rules before November's election.

In Washington, Malini Wilkes, FOX News.

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