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Attorney Erick Kaardal speaks to reporters on Nov. 13 to announce that the U.S. Supreme Court accepted a writ of certiorari on his case Minnesota Voters Alliance, et al., v. Mansky. Wen Fa, a Pacific Legal Foundation attorney who is assisting with the case, stands behind Kaardal at left. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)
Attorney Erick Kaardal speaks to reporters on Nov. 13 to announce that the U.S. Supreme Court accepted a writ of certiorari on his case Minnesota Voters Alliance, et al., v. Mansky. Wen Fa, a Pacific Legal Foundation attorney who is assisting with the case, stands behind Kaardal at left. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)

Q&A: Erick Kaardal expounds on poll apparel case

Kaardal said he hopes the justices will rule that the First Amendment overbreadth doctrine applies to Minnesota’s polling-place apparel ban

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