Is it ok for a photo ID (& proof of vaccination) to be required to get into restaurants, bars, and the movies but a photo ID is NOT required to vote?

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Is it ok for a photo ID (& proof of vaccination) to be required to get into restaurants, bars, and the movies but a photo ID is NOT required to vote?
Is it ok for a photo ID (& proof of vaccination) to be required to get into restaurants, bars, and the movies but a photo ID is NOT required to vote?
Reference article:
https://www.natlawreview.com/article/dc-enacts-vaccine-mandate-certain-indoor-establishments

Note: per the above reference article, “Starting January 15, 2022, [Washington,] DC [required certain “indoors establishments” including: “restaurants, bars and entertainment facilities”; and “indoor exercise and recreational establishments”] to verify that their guests, visitors and consumers ages 12 and older have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine” and to “verify vaccination with photo identification for patrons ages 18 years and older, such as: (i) state issued driver’s license or limited purpose driver’s license; (ii) any other state-issued identification card; (iii) passport; (iv) DC One Card; (v) Student ID; or (vi) permanent resident card.”
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Is it ok for a photo ID (& proof of vaccination) to be required to get into restaurants, bars, and the movies but a photo ID is NOT required to vote?
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