Court-to-Court Combat: Gore's Legal Homestretch

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In the wake of the latest court rulings and with the deadline for naming Electoral College delegates just a week away, what options does have Al Gore have left? Four weeks after election day, can Gore still pull out a victory? We get opinions from election observers and experts in constitutional law including retired Florida State Supreme Court Justice Gerald Kogan, and Alan Greer, co-counsel for the plaintiff in the Seminole County court case.
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Warren Olney