Arizona Senate Resurrects Controversial Voting Bill

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An Arizona Senate committee revived and advanced a wide-ranging election bill that would eliminate early or absentee voting except for voters who have a disability or expect to be out of state on Election Day. It would also require people to vote at a local polling place, which could have no more than 1,500 registered voters. But despite clearing a Senate committee, the bill is highly unlikely to be signed into law. Several Republican senators have joined Democrats to vote down the election measures they say go too far.