Wary Justices Have Many Off-Ramps In Trump Ballot Dispute

By Katie Buehler (January 9, 2024, 10:39 PM EST) -- The U.S. Supreme Court took on an influential role, however unwanted, in the 2024 election when it agreed to review former President Donald Trump's disqualification from Colorado's primary ballot, but the court's decision to conduct a broad review of the ruling created several off-ramps that would allow the justices to avoid answering some of the stickiest questions over Trump's ability to hold office....

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