Court Refuses to Delay California Recall

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A federal judge in Los Angeles throws out a lawsuit that sought to delay California's Oct. 7 gubernatorial recall election. The suit, filed by the ACLU, argued that punch-card voting machines used in six California counties would not count votes accurately and could disenfranchise voters. Hear NPR's Mandalit del Barco.



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