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Supreme Court Strikes Down Minnesota Law Banning Political Apparel at Polling Stations

Wall Street Journal Thursday, 14 June 2018 ()
Supreme Court Strikes Down Minnesota Law Banning Political Apparel at Polling StationsThe Supreme Court struck down a Minnesota law banning political buttons and apparel at polling places, limiting how far states can go to restrict political speech near the voting booth.
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