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Selfies in the Ballot Box
Selfies in the Ballot Box

Whether an individual can take a “selfie” of their ballot while in the ballot box? That was one of the issues that was debated recently in the Southern District of Indiana before Judge Sarah Evans Barker. The ACLU filed a lawsuit asserting that an Indiana law banning ...

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