The Salt Lake Tribune: Taking its last possible legal shot, the Utah Republican Party on Tuesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a popular 2014 state election law that allows candidates to qualify for the ballot through the caucus-convention system and/or by collecting signatures.
The party argues again that the law interferes with its constitutional right of association to select nominees as it chooses — and it prefers to use only the traditional caucus-convention system.
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