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TX voting starts today and other headlines

Morning headlines: SCOTUS rules to uphold Texas' new voter ID law just in time for the start of early voting, Pentagon preps Ebola response team.

Early voting starts today in Texas, after the Supreme Court allows the state's new voter ID law to apply to November's election. (Texas Tribune)

Pres. Obama casts his early ballot in Illinois today. (NY Times)

Both parties poured big money into early voting. Who has the edge? (Washington Post)

New military medical team to begin training to help with Ebola in the U.S. (AP)

CDC to revise Ebola protocol. (AP)

U.S. drops weapons to Kurds fighting to save Syrian city from ISIS. (NBC News)

Police officer in Ferguson, MO is said to recount a struggle with Michael Brown (NY Times) while authorities say Michael Brown's blood was found on the gun, inside the police car. (Washington Post)

What are you reading this morning? Let us know in the comments, please.