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Taking A Closer Look At The Legal Challenges To The Presidential Election

26 days ago   |   By NPR

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to election law expert Michael Kang, a law professor at Northwestern University, about the legal paths forward for Trump's challenges to several states' election results.
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