BOISE, Idaho — A revamped version of a proposed law making it a felony for third parties to collect and return multiple ballots to Idaho election officials is headed to the full House for debate and a vote.
A House panel on Monday approved the bill that has several changes from a bill that was pulled from the House floor earlier this month after debate tilted toward almost certain defeat.
The new bill changes from two to six the number of ballots a single family member can deliver. It also redefines family to include adopted children.
More than half of states allow third parties to collect ballots.
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