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Federal appeals court hears arguments on Texas Democrats’ push for more to receive mail ballots

Chad Dunn, general counsel of the Texas Democratic Party, though, said it’s impermissible — as age discrimination — for the state to confer a mail-voting privilege on all Texas voters who are 65 or older, but deny it to those who are younger.

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Chad Dunn, general counsel of the Texas Democratic Party, though, said it’s impermissible — as age discrimination — for the state to confer a mail-voting privilege on all Texas voters who are 65 or older, but deny it to those who are younger.

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