Bill to criminalize deceptive voting practices dies

Lawmakers on Tuesday killed legislation that would have made deceptive voting practices in Colorado punishable by a prison sentence, though many of the legislators on the House committee still acknowledged the unsavory practice and called for increased oversight that could lead to prosecutions under existing law. The House Judiciary Committee killed Senate Bill 147, sponsored […]

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