SEVERE WX : Flood Warning View Alerts
STREAMING NOW: Watch Now

SCOTUS Declining to Hear Case Challenging Indiana Mail-In Voting

Since the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, it will drop back down the federal level.

Posted: Jun 24, 2021 10:54 AM
Updated: Jun 24, 2021 2:43 PM

The United States Supreme Court declined to hear a case challenging Indiana's mail-in voting restrictions.

The decision means the case will return to Federal Court which will decide the future of absentee voting in the Hoosier State.

Back in October of 2020, a panel of judges found Indiana's limits in state law do not violate the Constitutional rights of voters.

Plaintiffs argue Indiana's mail-in voter age restrictions of 65 and older infringe on those rights.

Indiana is one of eleven states that can define who can and cannot vote by mail.

Evansville
Partly Cloudy
80° wxIcon
Hi: 92° Lo: 75°
Feels Like: 85°
Owensboro
Cloudy
77° wxIcon
Hi: 90° Lo: 73°
Feels Like: 78°
Princeton
Clear
74° wxIcon
Hi: 90° Lo: 73°
Feels Like: 74°
Madisonville
Partly Cloudy
° wxIcon
Hi: 91° Lo: 73°
Feels Like: °
Jasper
Partly Cloudy
° wxIcon
Hi: 90° Lo: 72°
Feels Like: °
The sunshine and heat will be abundant through the Tri State for next week. The mercury will be in a steady incline from the lower to mid 90s each afternoon through midweek.
WEVV 4K Doppler Radar
WEVV 7-Day Forecast
WEVV Watches & Warnings

Community Events