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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court says it will decide a new lawsuit filed by the state's largest law enforcement union and others seeking to bar the U.S. Supreme Court from taking part in the nation's most expensive U.S. presidential election.
The court on Tuesday denied a request by a group of law enforcement unions and others to lift the court's stay on the case. The move means the justices will hear the case on Oct. 19, the same day a special election is scheduled in Arkansas, and decide whether to take up the case.
The case could affect the presidential race as well. The court could hear arguments in the case, as well as an appeal by the White House, in the coming days or weeks. The case is being watched closely by state, local and national attorneys as it tests the legal right of political parties to challenge the election results.
The Arkansas Republican Party and the state chapter of the National Rifle Association both sued in March. The court's ruling Tuesday did not affect the lawsuit because it was filed only four days before a special election.
The groups want the Supreme Court to hear the case to challenge the outcome of the presidential election in November.