U.S. Supreme Court Asks Minnesota Secretary of State to Respond in Case on Political Clothing at Polls

On August 4, the U.S. Supreme Court asked the Minnesota Secretary of State to file a response brief in Minnesota Voters Alliance v Mansky, 16-1435.  This is the case over Minnesota’s law that bans any clothing or badges that has a political context, regardless of whether anything on the ballot relates to that clothing or badge.  The lower federal courts had upheld the law.

When the Court asks for a response from the side that did not file the cert petition, that is a sign the Court is very interested in the case, and there is probably a 50% chance that the Court will accept the case.


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U.S. Supreme Court Asks Minnesota Secretary of State to Respond in Case on Political Clothing at Polls — 1 Comment

  1. Any nazi brown/black shirts or commie red shirts in any States — with or without any logos ???

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