A law passed in Georgia, with provisions similar to Arizona's voter ID requirements, is likewise intended to prevent non-citizens from voting and other fraud. After having been struck down by a previous judge, the Georgia state supreme court took a strong stand in support of the law. According to the Philadelphia Daily News,
"The unanimous opinion reversed a judge's September ruling that the law posed an unconstitutional burden on voters. The high court said the plaintiff had no legal grounds to challenge the law...- AP"