Erwin Chemerinsky on the Supreme Court's Wisconsin Mail-In Ballot Ruling

The Supreme Court has handed down a decision that says a lower federal court should not have extended the deadline for Wisconsin voters to cast ballots by mail.

This decision can have major ramifications as it takes aim at a major foundational principal in constitutional law:

That the Supreme Court has final say on questions of federal law, but the state's Supreme Courts are the ones with final say on state laws.

Constitutional expert Erwin Chemerinsky joins Handel to discuss a Supreme Court ruling that can threaten a century of voting rights laws.

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