OUR OPINION: Don’t bar Sioux gear at polls

May 16, 2012 at 3:21 pm in Grand Forks Herald

In America’s early days, entering a polling place “was akin to entering an open auction place,” the U.S. Supreme Court once noted. That has changed: Today, all 50 states regulate how people can behave around polling places on Election Day. But should North Dakota’s rules be enforced to the point where people wearing Fighting Sioux T-shirts on June 12, Primary Election Day, should be denied their right to vote? Continue Reading