North Carolina's College Students Are in Cross Hairs of Voter-ID Bill

College students in North Carolina would be barred from using their campus identification cards to vote in state and national elections, according to a bill state lawmakers approved on Thursday that critics say will drive young people away from the polls.

Touted by conservative lawmakers in the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly as a way to combat voter fraud, the legislation would also limit early voting and ban voter-registration drives for high-school students.