While lawmakers in other states battle over voting reforms, Kentucky may pass a bipartisan bill that would keep some of the policies put in place last year that expanded voting access during COVID-19.
Published: 2021-03-05 04:31 pm
Bipartisan Bill In Kentucky Might Keep Voter Access Expansions After COVID-19
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While lawmakers in other states battle over voting reforms, Kentucky may pass a bipartisan bill that would keep some of the policies put in place last year that expanded voting access during COVID-19.

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