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Colorado Official Sues Postal Service Over Election Mailer She Says Misleads Voters

NYTimes.com Saturday, 12 September 2020
The suit comes as the Postal Service has drawn scrutiny for a mail delivery slowdown that Democrats have charged are part of an effort by President Trump to hobble mail-in voting to bolster his re-election.
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