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U.S. Supreme Court takes on Arizona ballot harvest law

Arizonans remain legally barred from taking someone else's ballot to the polls, at least for this election. Without comment, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to review the decision of a federal appeals court which earlier this year had voided the state's ban on "ballot harvesting'' after concluding that the Republican-controlled legislature enacted the 2016 ...

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