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Two Dissents Now Filed in 6th Circ. Refusal to Take OH Provisional Ballots Case En Banc

On October 7th, I noted that the 6th Circuit refused to take a controversial Ohio voting case en banc. Then the court promised some opinions to follow. You can now read the two dissenting opinions here. … Continue reading ?
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