One of the plaintiffs in the suit says she’s spent the last 10 years trying to prove her identity, and has been voting legally in Philadelphia for nearly 40 years.
The ball is in the governor’s court now that the House has sent him a bill that would have Pennsylvania opt out of the federal “Real ID” Act.
It’s an issue that has caught the attention of the ACLU.
Do online advertisers know too much about you? The feds have been taking a look at that question — and what to do about it.
The Pennsylvania ACLU is assembling a legal team to challenge Pennsylvania’s just-passed voter ID law.
You know those ads that show up on your internet browser and seem to be tailor-made for you? You’ll soon be able to get rid of them if you want.
Chris talks about the death of Muammar Qaddafi with CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons, Herman Cain’s 9-9-9 plan with Steve Cordasco, and the state of the Eagles with CBS 3′s Beasley Reece.
An attorney for the ACLU of Philadelphia says the city violated the First Amendment when it turned down the ad, citing its subject matter.
Fifteen states have moved to block Real ID. The bill now moves to the state House.
The vote came despite objections from the ACLU, which called the bill unconstitutional.
The local ACLU is applauding Philadelphia’s police commissioner for issuing a policy on the videotaping of officers by citizens.
“As a private citizen, you have the right to videotape (officers),” Philadelphia Police deputy commissioner Richard Ross says.
Chris looks back to last night’s Red Meat Tour Stop with Ann Coulter at Union Trust Steakhouse in Center City and analyzes the speeches on the debt talks by President Obama and John Boehner.
A federal appeals court says two Pennsylvania teens can’t be disciplined at school for MySpace parodies of their principals created off-campus.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania has ruled that the “I (heart) boobies!” breast cancer awareness fundraising bracelets aren’t lewd or vulgar, so it’s OK for public school students to wear them.