CA Ban on Ballot Selfies Stands This Election as Judge Denies TRO

Ross Todd reports the judge so ruled it is because the ACLU waited too long to file suit (and it doesn’t matter that the law changes on Jan. 1).

This is in line with the recent Sixth Circuit ruling: “Call it what you will—laches, the Purcell principle, or common sense—the idea is that courts will not disrupt imminent elections absent a powerful reason for doing so.”



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