Court Considers Calif. Recall The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals hears arguments on whether the Oct. 7 California gubernatorial recall election should be delayed. Last week, a three-judge panel of the court postponed the election, ruling the use of error-prone punch-card ballots in six counties would disenfranchise voters. NPR's John McChesney reports.
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Appeals Court Considers Calif. Recall Delay

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Appeals Court Considers Calif. Recall Delay

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Appeals Court Considers Calif. Recall Delay

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The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals hears arguments on whether the Oct. 7 California gubernatorial recall election should be delayed. Last week, a three-judge panel of the court postponed the election, ruling the use of error-prone punch-card ballots in six counties would disenfranchise voters. NPR's John McChesney reports.