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Supreme Court Rules States Can Punish 'Faithless Electors' Who Buck Popular Vote
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US Supreme Court says Colorado, other states can remove 'faithless electors'
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Supreme Court rules Electoral College voters can't go rogue
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Supreme Court Rules States Can Punish Electoral College Voters
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News conference: US Supreme Court says Colorado, other states can remove 'faithless electors'
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US Supreme Court hears arguments over whether or not Electoral College members are 'free agents'
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Supreme Court justices worry about 'chaos' in electors dispute
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'Consequences Could Be Chaotic': Supreme Court Considers Arguments About Faithless Electors
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Full Supreme Court oral arguments in Colorado Dept. of State v. Baca
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Justice Sotomayor Recuses Herself From “Faithless Electors” Case
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