Senator Charlie Janssen is again pushing to pass a voter identification law in Nebraska.
Janssen presented his proposal Thursday to the Legislature's Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee.
His measure would require voters to show government-issued photo identifications before casting a ballot. The bill would require the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue identification cards to qualified voters who don't have a driver's license or other IDs.
The measure wouldn't apply to early voters or mail-in ballots, unless a person hasn't voted before.
Lawmakers killed a similar measure last year with a filibuster.