The justices heard arguments on an unusual voting issue that could have important consequences for the 2020 presidential election in an era of intense political polarization.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
Can states punish presidential electors for bucking a pledge to vote for their state's winner? That was the question at the heart of Wednesday’s Supreme Court arguments, held once again by phone. Some states sought to invalidate the votes of…
By John Yang
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