The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled today that state law allows county bureaus of elections to set up drop boxes and satellite offices to accept mail and absentee ballots.
As people in Lancaster, Pa., continue to make their frustrations and fury with city police known after a police officer killed Ricardo Muñoz on Sunday, a county magisterial district judge on Monday set exorbitantly high cash bail for several protesters who were arrested.
A federal appeals court has struck down a policy of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority that forbids advertising regarding issues of public debate on SEPTA vehicles and properties.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed legislation today making major changes to the commonwealth’s election laws, a move that the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania fears will create confusion for voters and could lead to people being disenfranchised in November’s election.
PITTSBURGH - A federal court yesterday delayed a lawsuit brought by President Trump’s campaign against the commonwealth of Pennsylvania and all 67 counties.