Legal experts say Monday's ruling to overturn Arizona's Prop 200 will have very little effect on controversial state laws about what type of identification you need to show at the polls. Sam Brock reports.
A decision on a controversial Arizona voter ID law was made on Monday.
The Supreme Court of the United States overturned Prop 200, which in Arizona required residents to show proof of U.S. citizenship if they wanted to register to vote.
In this edition of Reality Check, Sam Brock tells us what effect the court's ruling might have on contested voter ID laws all over the country. View his report in the video above.