The Supreme Court gave voters slightly more freedom to wear political T-shirts or buttons when they go to cast a ballot, striking down a broad Minnesota law that imposed a “political apparel ban.” The justices by a 7-2 vote said Thursday that Minnesota’s law violated the 1st Amendment because it...


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