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Familiar Arizona name brought up in SCOTUS "ballot harvesting" arguments

During a two-hour hearing Tuesday, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court were told that it was then-Sen. Don Shooter who first attempted in 2011 to make it a crime for anyone to collect anyone else's voted ballot and take it to polling places. Capitol Media Service file photo

During a two-hour hearing Tuesday, the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court were told that it was then-Sen. Don Shooter who first attempted in 2011 to make it a crime for anyone to collect anyone else's voted ballot and take it to polling places. Capitol Media Service file photo

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