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A proposed change in Washington state law would allow teens to register to vote at age 16 such as when they get their drivers license at the DMV. Spokane representative Andy Billig supports it saying letting younger people register will  build life-long voters. But critics say the bill is confusing because teens would still have to wait until they're 18 to vote.  Auditors also say their cash strapped offices would have trouble keeping up with the additional registrations.

 

 

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