UPDATE 1730 EST - Reports are the audit is continuing as Dems refuse to post $1M bond required by court order.
An Arizona judge on Friday temporarily halted an audit of the 2020 election results from Maricopa County as long as Democrats put up $1 million to fund any potential increase in costs.
Democrats did not immediately say whether they’d put up the money. Maricopa County judge Christopher Coury said all auditing activities should be stopped between 5 p.m. Friday and noon Monday, saying he wants to know the policies in procedures in place so he can decide next week whether the auditors are operating legally, wrote Associated Press.
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