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Meyer v. Grant is a key decision of the United States Supreme Court asserting the right of proponents of ballot measures to [[Paid circulator|pay circulators]] to [[signature collection|collect signatures]].
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{{law}}'''Meyer v. Grant''' is a key decision of the United States Supreme Court asserting the right of proponents of ballot measures to [[Paid circulator|pay circulators]] to [[signature collection|collect signatures]].
  
 
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Meyer v. Grant is a key decision of the United States Supreme Court asserting the right of proponents of ballot measures to pay circulators to collect signatures.

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