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Judge Peterson Issues Order to Try to Fix WI Voter ID Softening

As Patrick Marley tweeted, Judge Peterson has now issued a written order related to how to fix the problems with the Wisconsin voter id softening (see his earlier story). From the order: As the court explained during the October 12 … Continue reading ?
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