In a win for election integrity, judges on the Tennessee Court of Appeals ruled unanimously to uphold a photo ID requirement:

A three-judge panel of the court ruled unanimously Thursday in a case brought by the city of Memphis and two voters who lacked photo ID and cast provisional ballots during the August primary.

The opinion said the identification requirement is allowed under the state constitution and the cost of obtaining a birth certificate to get a photo ID doesn’t amount to a poll tax.

The judges also ruled that a Memphis library card is an acceptable form of government-issued ID.