Voter-ID laws continue to get a lot of attention, and proponents of the law are being drowned out by opponents claiming the laws discriminate against certain voters.

Rather than getting IDs to the people who are supposedly disenfranchised, opponents spend their efforts trying to end the laws, even though polls consistently show overwhelming majorities of voters approve of the laws.

Below are just some of the examples of things you need to prove your identity for:

1. Alcohol


2. Cigarettes


3. Opening a bank account


4. Apply for food stamps


5. Apply for welfare


6. Apply for Medicaid/Social Security


7. Apply for unemployment or a job


8. Rent/buy a house, apply for a mortgage


9. Drive/buy/rent a car


10. Get on an airplane


11. Get married


12. Purchase a gun


13. Adopt a pet


14. Rent a hotel room


15. Apply for a hunting license


16. Apply for a fishing license


17. Buy a cell phone


18. Visit a casino


19. Pick up a prescription


20. Hold a rally or protest


21. Blood donations


22. Buy an "M" rated video game


23. Purchase nail polish at CVS


24. Purchase certain cold medicines


But not to vote?