This article by Ashley Lopez is published by NPR. Here is an excerpt:
A change to Florida’s election laws has created a new headache for some local election officials.
A little-known provision in Senate Bill 90, a sweeping voting measure passed by Florida Republicans last year, increased how much input the public can have when it comes to approving signatures on mail ballots.
This change comes at a time when local election officials across the country are still dealing with the fallout of misinformation following the 2020 election.
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