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Court Upholds Undated Ballots Law in PA; MT Supreme Court Strikes Down GOP Voter Suppression Laws

HeadlineMar 28, 2024

Voting rights advocates in Pennsylvania are expressing alarm after a federal appeals court ruled undated mail-in ballots should not be counted, even if they arrive on time. The ACLU said this could result in thousands of Pennsylvania voters losing their votes. The Republican National Committee praised the ruling.

Meanwhile, in Montana, the state’s Supreme Court has struck down four Republican laws aimed at restricting the vote, including one which would have largely ended same-day voter registration.

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