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Politics Oct 12Florida fines key county $3.5 million for mandating vaccines
The Florida Department of Health issued the $3.5 million fine Tuesday for Leon County, saying the municipality violated Florida’s “vaccine passport” law.
Politics Sep 02After voters embraced mail ballots, GOP states tighten rules
Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa and some other GOP-controlled states also have enacted restrictions this year, particularly aimed at mail balloting and early in-person voting. More than 40% of voters cast mail ballots during last fall's election, a record.
Politics Jun 03Justice Department probing postmaster over fundraising
The Justice Department is investigating Postmaster General Louis DeJoy over political fundraising activity at his former business. That's according to a spokesman for DeJoy spokesman. DeJoy is a wealthy former logistics executive.
Politics Apr 16As America embraces voting early, GOP moves to restrict it
More than 111 million Americans voted before Election Day in 2020. But Republicans are moving to make it harder for that to happen again.
Politics Jan 10Oaths questioned as Trump’s backers fight against loss
Before they take office, elected officials swear to uphold the U.S. Constitution. But what happens when they are accused of doing the opposite?…
Nation Nov 13Military voters fear they’re part of Trump campaign’s unsupported fraud claim
Lawyers from Trump’s campaign sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr alleging they had uncovered what they described as “criminal voter fraud” in Nevada. Voting rights activists say hundreds of people on the list appear to be linked to…
Politics Nov 03Huge voter turnout expected despite virus, political rancor
Election Day in the U.S. is unfolding like no other, with nearly 100 million Americans having already cast their ballots before polls opened. Voters took advantage of absentee balloting and early in-person voting amid a pandemic that has killed more…
Nation Nov 02Polling places are latest front in battle over face masks
Most states, even ones with broad mask mandates, are stopping short of forcing voters to use a face covering.
Politics Sep 09Report from Senate Democrats says Postal Service changes delay prescription drugs
Delivery of mail-order prescription drugs was delayed significantly this summer after the new postmaster general ordered major changes in U.S. Postal Service operations.
Nation Aug 24WATCH: Postmaster general says Trump attacks on mail-in ballots ‘not helpful’
DeJoy was testifying for a second day on Capitol Hill, facing tense questions from lawmakers over an uproar in mail delivery delays since he took the helm in mid-June.