Court Ruling Moves Davis Recall Effort Forward A state appeals court rules that California's secretary of state misinterpreted the rules for validating signatures on petitions to recall Gov. Gray Davis. The ruling means a measure to recall the second-term Democrat could be on the ballot as early as next Wednesday. Campaigns for and against the recall are also picking up momentum. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.
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Court Ruling Moves Davis Recall Effort Forward

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Court Ruling Moves Davis Recall Effort Forward

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Court Ruling Moves Davis Recall Effort Forward

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A state appeals court rules that California's secretary of state misinterpreted the rules for validating signatures on petitions to recall Gov. Gray Davis. The ruling means a measure to recall the second-term Democrat could be on the ballot as early as next Wednesday. Campaigns for and against the recall are also picking up momentum. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.