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SJC Upholds Mail-in, Early Voting Law

Speaking in the State Library, Secretary of State William Galvin on Monday said "the presses are now rolling" to get mail-in ballot applications complete after the state's highest court rejected a challenge to a new voting law. [Chris Lisinski/SHNS]

With the state Supreme Judicial Court having rejected his challenge to the new law making early voting and vote-by-mail permanent features of elections here, MassGOP Chairman James Lyons said Monday that he plans to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to "provide relief to prevent a constitutional travesty."

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