A new bill signed into law this week will bring some changes for Tennessee's voter photo identification law.
Lawmakers passed a few amendments to the state's law in this year's legislative session.
As a result, voters may no longer use photo i.d.'s issued by other states. The bill also clarifies language that specifically excludes photo i.d.'s issued by counties and cities.
The changes took effect when Governor Haslam signed the bill this week.