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Legal Battle Looms over Voting Rules

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Legal Battle Looms over Voting Rules

Legal Battle Looms over Voting Rules

Legal Battle Looms over Voting Rules

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The results of the 2004 presidential election are likely to face legal challenges over voting procedures and practices. Hear NPR's Scott Simon; Robert Pastor, Vice President of International affairs at American University; and Alan Brinkley, professor of history at Columbia University.

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