The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals may put off California's gubernatorial recall and seems likely to postpone two initiatives on the Oct. 7 ballot that accompany the effort to remove Gov. Gray Davis. On Thursday, a three-judge panel battered arguments that the recall and a vote on the controversial "Racial Privacy Initiative" should go forward as planned. In fact, lawyers for minority groups wondered after the argument whether it could have possibly gone any better
9th Circuit May Put Brakes on Recall Election
September 12, 2003
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