The latest print edition of National Review offers the following blurb:

Owing to budget constraints, the State of Alabama has decided to close 31 part-time, satellite Department of Motor Vehicles offices. Predictably, this has caused an uproar. Why? Because Alabama last year implemented a voter-ID law. According to Jesse Jackson, the closures are evidence of an effort to “suppress the vote” of black Alabamans. “This new Jim Crow isn’t subtle,” Jackson opined. What Jackson and other agitators have ignored is that (free) voter IDs are available in every county in the state through the local election registrar and that the closed satellite-DMV offices were typically located in the same building as registrars. So the dark cloud of voter suppression amounts to … visiting a different bureaucrat’s office in the same building, but down the hall.