A bill giving the secretary of state the power to regulate advance ballot drop boxes was approved by a House committee despite concerns that the legislation would put the rules at the whims of a new elected official every four years.
The House Elections Committee voted late Thursday afternoon to approve the bill, which was seen as less onerous than another proposal that would have restricted drop boxes to one for every 30,000 . . .
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