Minnesota legislative committee passes primary voter privacy bill | Bemidji Pioneer

ST PAUL — Citing privacy concerns and a potential "chilling" of the vote, Minnesota lawmakers are one step closer to tightening access to Minnesotans' private voter data. On Thursday, Feb. 13, Minnesota's House Subcommittee on Elections approved a bill that would restrict who could access primary voter rolls, and what they could do with that… 
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