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Judge preserves blind voters’ ADA suit, declines to issue injunction

A federal judge last week denied a request by blind voters to mandate the use of accessible devices by all Maryland voters in 2020 elections, a change that could carry a $9.7 million price tag. However, the judge refused to dismiss the voters' Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit. The state currently uses hand-marked paper ballots as ...

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