State AG drops voter registration lawsuit against Govt. Accountability Board
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen has dropped his lawsuit against the state's Government Accountability Board.
He says he's now convinced that the agency will do what he wanted and double-check the registrations of voters who have signed up since the start of 2006.
Thursday, the board agreed to have its staff review those registrations from May through the end of November.
Local clerks were expected to get that job, but they won't.
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