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State’s attorney: Initiative law challengers’ claims are ‘not genuine’

Attorneys for the state are trying to block challengers to newly enacted initiative restrictions from telling their story to a judge. The lawyers contend that the claims of those who contend the new law will harm future petition efforts are "fanciful and not genuine.''

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