NPR: Wisconsin voters with disabilities say their right to vote is at risk
Wisconsin voters with disabilities continue to to wonder if new restrictions will inhabit their ability to vote in the primary election coming up in August. In January, a judge sided with a conservative group in a lawsuit that drop boxes aren't permitted under state law, and voters must return their own ballot. The appeals court temporarily blocked the order for the primaries in February, but the ban was in effect for the local elections in April. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments last month, and a final decision is expected in June or July.