Circuit Upholds Polling Place Accessibility Order

, New York Law Journal

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A federal appeals panel has upheld an order requiring New York City's Board of Elections to enact a "comprehensive remedial plan" to make its polling places accessible to people with disabilities.

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Originally appeared in print as Circuit Upholds Plan to Make Polling Sites Accessible to Disabled

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  • grifhunter


    Can‘t one just get a mail in ballot if its so tough to get in to voter? Gotta be easier than rebuilding half the city.

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