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SCOTUS accepts Arizona ballot harvest case

Attorney General Mark Brnovich will get one last chance to defend the legality of an Arizona law outlawing “ballot harvesting.”

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to let Brnovich try to convince them that a lower court ruling declaring the ban is illegal. The justices set March 2 for the hearing.

Just because the court agreed to take the case does not mean the ban will be upheld. But it does take at least four of the nine justices to be interested enough in the issue to have it be one of the few cases they actually take each year.


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