States Differ On What Voters Can Wear to the Polls

Commentary Inside the First Amendment By Gene Policinski First Amendment Center vice president/executive director

A T-shirt can really get some people teed-off — particularly when it’s worn into a polling place, it would seem. And in parts of the nation — now including Michigan, since an Oct. 29 court ruling — people wearing campaign buttons or clothing with a political message will be told to button up or cover up before casting a ballot, at least in or near where ballots . . .

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