Across the country, litigants are claiming that expanded mail-in voting will lead to fraud and that state officials lack the legal authority to change the rules related to voting by mail.
Christopher Meyer is a second-year student at Stanford Law School. He interned for the California Department of Justice, where he assisted in litigation against federal environmental deregulation.
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A raft of litigation has taken place concerning both assistance with mail-in ballots and the means of returning them.