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Citing 'obscene' disenfranchisement, judge hands Democrats a Florida court victory

Calling existing rules “obscene” disenfranchisement, a federal judge in Tallahassee declared late Sunday that Florida must provide a method for voters to fix signature problems that might arise when they … Click to Continue »
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