A skeptical state appeals court on Monday dug into whether Secretary of State Scott Schwab should have to provide a provisional ballot report after shutting off a computer function that would produce the document.
A three-member appeals court on Monday took up voting rights activist Davis Hammet's lawsuit contending the office violated the open-records law when it removed a computer function for producing a statewide provisional ballot report.
District Judge Teresa Watson ruled that there was nothing in the open records law that . . .