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Flawed amendment won’t actually fix voter fraud

November 1, 2012
By Tim Penny - Our Vote Our Future , The Journal

When you place a constitutional amendment on the ballot, you better be sure it does what it claims. All the i's must be dotted and the t's crossed. Unfortunately, a constitutional amendment on the November ballot, which would restrict the voting rights of hundreds of thousands of eligible Minnesota voters, does not meet that standard.

 
 
 

 

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