Judge strikes down part of Georgia voting law that banned photography

A federal judge ruled against a broad ban on photographing voted ballots Friday, throwing out a part of Georgia’s new election law while allowing the rest of it to stand. The decision is the first time a judge has invalidated a section of the 98-page voting law, which also limits ballot drop boxes, requires more ID to vote absentee and allows the state government to take over county elections. Mark Niesse, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 

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