TUE PM Update: Absentee deadline case back in federal court after state court’s ruling

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-- The fight over the deadline for absentee ballots in the fall election is headed back to federal court after Wisconsin's conservative justices ruled GOP lawmakers have the authority to challenge a ruling that pushed it back six days.
In this afternoon's 4-3 decision, the conservative majority ruled Wisconsin statute "unmistakably grants the Legislature an interest in defending the validity of state law when challenged in court."
Writing for the majority, Justice Brian Hagedorn said defending state law is normally "within the...

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