Judge won't block Tennessee law with heavy penalties for sharing absentee ballot request forms

The Nashville Tennessean

"Voters will have to figure out how to get absentee ballot applications by themselves, they won't be able to  rely on an organization to give them the form in the same way that organizations often do with voter registration drives," Caleb Jackson, an attorney with nonprofit Campaign Legal Center, which is representing the plaintiffs, said Thursday. "We're taking steps to figure out what's next for us in this case."

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