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Ballot printing in four counties halted by court (access required)

A judge has told the Secretary of State and officials in four counties they cannot print ballots or guidebooks featuring proposition descriptions until a lawsuit involving a ballot measure is resolved, possibly jeopardizing the ability of the counties to have early ballots ready for the November elections. The Maricopa County Superior Court ruling, which comes on ...

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