Hill Denied In Early Voting Flap

A federal judge denies Indiana Attorney General, Curtis Hill’s motion, challenging a consent decree to add early voting sites in Marion County. Judge, Sarah Evans Barker ruled the consent decree was entered into by all of the parties in a lawsuit that resulted in the agreement, including the Marion County Election Board. Hill argued in a motion filed Tuesday that decisions on early voting should be left not to the courts, but to election boards. The attorney general’s office says it plans to appeal Barker’s ruling.

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