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COMPULSORY VOTE BILL
LONDON, May 20. (A.A.P.). I
Sir Frank Sanderson (Con.) will again in- troduce in the House of Commons his Com- pulsory Votina Bill, providing for compulsory voting tit Parliamentary elections.
The bill will provide a pennlty ranging from 10/ to £2 foi fnilurp to vote without a valid
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