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SALT LAKE CITY - (AP) The Utah Supreme Court said Tuesday that state election officials must accept online petition signatures to qualify individuals for the ballot.
"A signature under (Utah law) does not require a signor to physically handle a piece of paper and sign her name with a pen," justices said in a 15-page ...
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