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Judge ramps up Texas mail-in voting amid coronavirus outbreak; AG vows to appeal

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 20 May 2020
A court ruling by a federal judge on Tuesday has expanded mail-in voting amidst fears of the coronavirus to all of the state's voters, but Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton has vowed to appeal the decision. 
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