ELECTIONS, CONSTITUTION - Michigan was enjoined from conducting presidential primary elections on Jan. 15, 2008 after a lower court struck down a law allowing political parties to see lists of which ballot voters selected at the primary. The appeals court denied the state's request to appeal the order because the Act is unconstitutional and appropriates public property for private purposes. Grebner v. Michigan
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