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Court arguments: Does the Constitution require Texas to expand vote by mail?

“Forty-five of the other states do this,” Chad Dunn argued. “At the end of day, this case is about a fair electoral system where nobody has to go through additional burdens in order to vote.”

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“Forty-five of the other states do this,” Chad Dunn argued. “At the end of day, this case is about a fair electoral system where nobody has to go through additional burdens in order to vote.”

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