Supreme Court will hear case on Minnesota's ban on political apparel near polling places

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MinnPost staff Voting might be about to get a lot more obnoxious. The Associated Press reports (via the Star Tribune): “The Supreme Court has agreed to determine whether a Minnesota statute that prohibits wearing political apparel in polling places is unconstitutional. … The Supreme Court said Monday it will take a case challenging the law. Several groups sued just before the 2010 election to try to ensure officials would not bar them from wearing tea party apparel to the polls, including buttons that read, ‘Please I.D. Me.’ They referred to legislation that would have required voters to show identification at the polls.”Looks bad. The Minnesota Daily’s Cleo Krejci reports: “Investigations of a University-area apartment show developers...

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