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Pro-voucher lawyers say referendum petition identified non-existent legislative session

Voucher lawyers also filed suit to block referendum effort

In a letter Friday to state Elections Director Eric Spencer, attorneys Thomas Basile and Tim La Sota, who represent interests seeking the expansion of the voucher program, contend all petitions are invalid because they said the law they seek to refer to voters was enacted during the “fifty-third session of the legislature.”

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