Supreme Court Strikes Down Minnesota Law Banning Political Apparel at Polling Stations
Thursday, 14 June 2018 The 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.
Authorities are looking into a "suspicious letter" delivered to the residence of Republican Sen. Susan Collins in Bangor, Maine, local law enforcement said at a news conference Monday. "Today at 1:39..
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