Hennepin County judge who struck down earlier version of police reform ballot language is once again deciding if the question's clear enough for voters to ponder.
MINNEAPOLIS — Hennepin County District Judge Jamie Anderson is once again deliberating the fate of a public safety ballot question just days away from the start of early voting in the Minneapolis City Election.
Just last week Judge Anderson struck down one version of the ballot question, saying the language was so vague it could mislead voters in violation of state law. Hours later the Minneapolis City Council held an emergency meeting to pass a new, longer version of the question voters will see. It also came with an explanatory note.
But a group of Minneapolis citizens led by Don Samuels, a former city council member, took the issue back to Judge Anderson asserting that it still fails the clarity test.
"Is the clear …