Ariz. Tribe Sues County To Reopen Early Voting Location


Jonathan Diaz of the Campaign Legal Center, counsel for the tribe, criticized Rodriguez's "disappointingly dismissive attitude" in a statement. Meanwhile, the Pascua Yaqui tribe urged the court to act quickly Tuesday, citing a potential for irreparable harm. "Those who manage to cast their ballots will only be able to do so after enduring hours of travel and risking their lives by unnecessarily exposing themselves to COVID-19," the motion said. The tribe is represented by Danielle LangJonathan Diaz and Aseem Mulji of the Campaign Legal Center, Patty Ferguson-Bohnee of the Indian Legal Clinic at Arizona State University and Mary R. O'Grady and Joshua D. Bendor of Osborn Maledon PA.  

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