Divided Sixth Circuit Rejects Preliminary Injunction That Allowed First-Time Tennessee Voters to Vote by Mail During the Pandemic; Judge Readler’s Troubling Concurrence

Three opinions, including a troubling concurrence by Judge Readler that says that states don’t need to make accommodations to assure people can vote in the face of natural disasters: “And even when the law is viewed
through the unique lens of 2020, voting laws need not be put aside due to issues not of the State’s making.”

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