Little-known NJ council invalidates state’s vote-by-mail law
An obscure independent agency in New Jersey has invalidated the state’s expansive vote-by-mail law, according to a memorandum it released Friday. The New Jersey Council on Local Mandates said two state laws, requiring county clerks to automatically send mail-in ballots to anyone who registered to vote by mail in any election since 2016, amounted to a new legal requirement that lacked adequate funding. Joe Hernandez, WHYY.
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