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Supreme Court strikes down Minnesota law on political clothing at polling places

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a Minnesota law that prohibits people from wearing political clothing or buttons at polling places, calling the ban overly broad but leaving room for the state to impose narrower restrictions.

The 7-2 ruling invalidating the particulars of Minnesota's law left state and county officials who administer elections unsure what's proper attire and what isn't for the upcoming August primary and the November general election.


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