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Why courts aren’t the fastest or clearest ways to solve election disputes – a former federal judge explains

By John E. Jones III, President, Dickinson College
What counts as fast for a court is slow for the rest of the world, and judges can give contradictory or vague rulings that delay final decisions into the future.The Conversation

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