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In this Feb. 16 photo, Andy Cilek poses with a Tea Party shirt at his home in Eden Prairie. Cilek was one of two voters who defied elections officials after he was asked to cover up a tea party shirt and button. (AP photo: Jim Mone)
In this Feb. 16 photo, Andy Cilek poses with a Tea Party shirt at his home in Eden Prairie. Cilek was one of two voters who defied elections officials after he was asked to cover up a tea party shirt and button. (AP photo: Jim Mone)

Supreme Court hearing Minnesota polling place apparel case

WASHINGTON — A Minnesota law that bars residents from wearing political clothing at the polls — from Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" hats to Democratic Party T-shirts and union buttons — is being debated at the Supreme Court. Opponents say the law is overly broad. But Minnesota has defended it as a reasonable restriction that ...

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