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Voters cast their ballots on Election Day in Columbus, Ohio on Nov. 3, 2020. Several Democratic state lawmakers have proposed bills to make Election Day a holiday. Republican lawmakers are proposing similar legislation, some influenced by prominent election deniers. Matthew Hatcher/Getty Images hide caption

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Should voting day be a holiday? Some election deniers say yes

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The FBI started investigating former UCLA student Christian Secor shortly after the Capitol riot. This surveillance photo of Secor is cited in the government's application for a search warrant. Department of Justice hide caption

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NPR used social media and news reports to track four key men spreading misinformation about the 2020 election (from left to right): MyPillow CEO and longtime Trump supporter Mike Lindell, former high school math and science teacher Douglas Frank, former law professor David Clements, and former U.S. Army Captain Seth Keshel. Chet Strange/Getty Images; David Carson/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP; Jonathan Drake and Brian Snyder/Reuters hide caption

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Map: NPR tracked four key influencers who appeared at least 308 events in 45 states and the District of Columbia, often with elected officials, candidates, and grassroots organizations. Nick McMillan/NPR hide caption

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Election deniers have taken their fraud theories on tour — to nearly every state

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Couy Griffin, a commissioner in Otero County, N.M., speaks to journalists as he leaves the federal court in Washington, D.C., on March 21, 2022. Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP hide caption

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A man using a wheelchair hands his ID to an officer at a security screening checkpoint at Orlando International Airport in 2020. Paul Henness/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Despite calls to improve, air travel is still a nightmare for many with disabilities

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Nebraska Program Trains Court Interpreters To Help Non-English Speakers Testify

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The Midwest's Record Wet Spring Is Interfering With The Corn De-Tasseling Job Market

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Floods That Hit The Midwest In March Continue To Affect The Farm Economy

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