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A judge ruled that an upcoming general election must be rescheduled so it can be held in person as opposed to relying on mail-in ballots. “A tribal court judge ruled Thursday that mail-in voting is against the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s constitution and ordered that the upcoming general election be rescheduled so it can be held in person,” a local news outlet summarized. In the decision from Amanda L. WhiteEagle, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Alternate District Court Judge, she noted “the Constitution is the supreme law, and ordinances are to be consistent with the constitutional letter and spirit,” WhiteEagle said in the

At least someone's Constitution matters.

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