A three-judge federal appeals panel on Monday reinstated a lawsuit brought by the National Federation of the Blind and three blind voters over the state's refusal to provide absentee ballots that don't require the assistance of a sighted person. The plaintiffs, whose case will return to District Court, claim that the state's absentee-ballot process runs afoul of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Appeals panel revives suit over Ohio's absentee ballots for the blind
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