State Supreme Court agrees to hear dispute over voting restrictions

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The state Supreme Court has agreed to review a lower-court ruling that found that limiting how many ballots can be delivered by a third party to an election office and imposing new signature requirements for advanced mail ballots violated the right to vote.

The court on Friday agreed to review the case in which a three-member appeals court panel found that voting was a fundamental state constitutional right, a ruling Republicans criticized as a massive shift in the . . .


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