Cole County Court Ruling Takes Affect Today
Under the court order, voters will have to pay an $11 fee and must still prove who they are, that they are a citizen and where they live. The ruling also stopped mobile units that visited low-income service facilities.
"There's a potential that people who need them to vote, if Supreme Court doesn't overturn, won't get them," said Maura Browning, Missouri Department of Revenue.
For now the mobile units are unable to bring non-drivers licenses to those in need. The Department of Revenue issued more than 2,000 non-driver licenses before the ruling. The department has taken the issue to the attorney general's office and is hoping to get the decision overturned.