State Case Over Mail-In Ballots Ends


Plaintiffs in a state case winding its way through the court system in an effort to expand mail-in voting in Texas are giving up the fight, though a federal lawsuit continues.

State Democrats and civic organizations had sued to have the fear of coronavirus infection considered a disability for purposes of voting by mail.

The Texas Supreme Court ruled against that effort, so the plaintiffs asked a state appeals court on Tuesday to dismiss their case.

A federal lawsuit is still in the works and may end up before the U.S. Supreme Court.


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