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Court: No online ballots for blind, disabled
From left, Catherine Jacobson, National Federation of the Blind intern; Sarah Patnaude, NFB intern; Jonathan Lazar, professor at Towson University; Anne Taylor, director of Access Technology, NFB; Mark Ricco Bono, executive director of NFB; leave the federal courthouse in Baltimore after a judge denied a request for a preliminary injunction that would have ordered the state to provide online ballots for visually impaired and physically disabled voters in the June 24 primary. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Court: No online ballots for blind, disabled

A federal judge Wednesday rejected a request from visually impaired and physically disabled Maryland voters that he order the State Board of Elections to provide online absentee ballots that would have enabled them to cast private votes in the June 24 primary election.

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