A bill introduced by Sen. John Ford is headed for a final vote in the state Senate after passing the state House.
Ford, a Bartlesville Republican, says his legislation is less intrusive than the Indiana law. It allows people to document who they are by presenting a photo ID or other form of identification, such as a utility bill or a bank statement.
Rep. Sue Tibbs, a Tulsa Republican, says the court ruling is a clear signal that voter identification laws are justified. She says she hopes the state Legislature comes back next year a requires a photo identification to vote in Oklahoma.