"Two dissenting justices, Alan Page and Paul Anderson, said the full text of amendments -- not summary descriptions written by lawmakers -- should be on the ballot. ... In his lengthy dissent, Anderson rightly called the [MN] Legislature's voter ID ballot question 'inaccurate, misleading and deceptive.' Even the majority of the court acknowledged that '... it may indeed have been wiser for the Legislature to include the entire amendment on the ballot.'''