Republicans in Alabama are prepping to push for a stronger law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polling place.

The renewed push for a photo ID law comes after Monday's 6-3 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court upholding an Indiana law.

Republican Attorney General Troy King says he plans to push voter identification legislation in next year's regular session or possibly in a special session.

Democratic state Rep. Alvin Holmes of Montgomery says requiring
voters to have a photo ID would disenfranchise elderly, poor and
black voters.

Alabama's current voter ID law allows voters to show a wide
range of identification including utility bills.