Supreme Court blocks extended absentee voting in Wisconsin primary
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court blocked a plan to extend absentee voting in Wisconsin’s spring primary by six days because of the coronavirus.
The Wisconsin election is being viewed as a national test case in a broader fight over voter access.
The Supreme Court’s decision came shortly after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled 4-2 on Monday that Evers lacked the authority to move the election on his own.
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