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In a setback for California Democrats, the state’s highest court struck down a new state law that would require all presidential candidates to release the past five years of their tax returns to appear on the primary ballot. The California Supreme Court justices ultimately agreed with Republicans who had challenged the law, stating it was “in conflict with the Constitution’s specification of an inclusive open presidential primary ballot,” Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye wrote in the 7–0 decision on Nov. 21. “The issues are pretty clear. In order to run for president, you have to [qualify] for only a couple of…

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