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Week of April 28, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of April 28, 2013.
- Ohio - Metropolitan Club debate violated election law, but feds won’t take action (Columbus Dispatch )
- Illinois - 3 metro-east men accused in absentee ballots case (Belleville News-Democrat)
- Colorado - Colorado election bill receives intial approval (Denver Post)
- New York - N.Y. Assembly in push for early voting legislation (New York Daily News)
- Colorado - Judge tosses Denver clerk's inactive voter suit against Scott Gessler (Denver Post)
- Pennsylvania - Pa. ordered to surrender data in voter-ID dispute (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Mississippi - Mississippi Secretary of State to look for irregularities in absentee balloting (Hattiesburg American)
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