Tennessee enacted and signed into law a one-sentence bill prohibiting United Nations observers from monitoring elections unless they have a treaty ratified by the U.S. Senate.
The conflict arose in 2012 when the state enacted a law requiring photo identification to vote. Two UN observers appeared in the throng of 33 that fanned out across the United States to target similar laws coast to coast. The bill has been passed by both houses of the legislature and signed by the Governor.
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