Update: The legislation passed the state House with the support of speaker Thom Tillis. Gov. Pat McCrory plans to sign the bill Monday, although as of Friday he was unfamiliar with all of its components.

The North Carolina state Senate, already planning to require voter ID at the polls, is moving toward curbs on early voting and voter registration drives.

Proposed legislation released today cuts early voting short by a week, eliminates same-day registration for early voting, ends pre-registration of 16- and 17-year-olds who will be 18 on Election Day, and cuts short voting on the Saturday before the election. Polls can no longer be held open an extra hour on Election Day for "extraordinary circumstances." The bill makes it easier to challenge voters' legitimacy and removes the option of voting for a party's entire ticket at once.