In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that voters can wear political clothing to the polls. Previously, people were banned from doing so out of worry they may intimidate other voters. A Minnesota man brought a lawsuit after he was threatened with prosecution for wearing a "Don't Tread on Me" T-shirt and a "Please ID Me" button to vote.
Voters Can Now Wear Political Clothing To The Polls
A Supreme Court decision says voters are allowed to wear whatever political items they want as they cast their ballots.
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Store owner charged with killing 14-year-old he thought had stolen
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Exploring the fusion of Asian cuisine and American culture
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Actor Danny Masterson found guilty on 2 of 3 rape counts
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