Recall Ruling Faces Review A federal appeals court says it may review a decision issued Monday by a three-judge panel postponing California's gubernatorial recall election. The panel ruled the use of punch-card voting machines would disenfranchise some voters. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has asked parties in the case to file briefs by Wednesday on whether they want the full court to review the ruling. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.
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Full Court May Review California Recall Ruling

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Full Court May Review California Recall Ruling

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Full Court May Review California Recall Ruling

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A federal appeals court says it may review a decision issued Monday by a three-judge panel postponing California's gubernatorial recall election. The panel ruled the use of punch-card voting machines would disenfranchise some voters. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has asked parties in the case to file briefs by Wednesday on whether they want the full court to review the ruling. Hear NPR's Ina Jaffe.