1) The statement is false.
2) Yes, they need an "ID", but the list of IDs accepted for that activity is FAR broader than the types of ID required under the restrictive voting rules, or
3) Hundreds of thousands of Texans, in this case, do not do that particular activity.
So you can save yourself the trouble. The "they need ID to....." is always either false or irrelevant. There is simply no dispute by ANYONE informed with simple facts that the new rules in Texas will require several hundred thousand registered voters to acquire an ID that they do not currently use or need in their daily lives.
And one has to be intentionally ignorant to not realize that "precise ID of a patient" is possible with IDs that are not allowed at the polls.One has to be remarkably naïve to wave off such a critically important thing as precise identification of a patient.
A conservative touting the virtues of European socialized medicine..... That's beautiful!In Europe, they have a European Health Insurance Card that is issued free of charge, so people can be properly identified for medical treatment. I assume you think people shouldn't receive proper medical treatment.