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Board of Elections, blind voters debate efficacy of policy changes (access required)

Maryland State Board of Elections officials are seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit by blind voters, arguing that the voters' complaints of “two separate and unequal voting systems” have been addressed by a new policy for the 2020 election. The lawsuit, filed last month in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, claims the board's policies since 2016 violate the Americans with ...

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