Say What?!: Indiana Judge Overturns Ban on ‘Ballot Selfies’

say-whatNDIANAPOLIS, In. – An Indiana judge overturned the state’s so-called “ballot selfies law,” allowing the state’s residents to once again take selfies with their completed ballots.

U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker ruled the law, which took effect July 1, was unconstitutional because it barred constitutionally protected speech — specifically, taking photos of one’s own completed ballot while casting a vote and distributing it “using social media or by any other means.”

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