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“We’ve received many calls in the past week asking for change,” says Lynn Marks, the Executive Director of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, a state-wide non-partisan organization that lobbies for court reforms.
Corbett says he has several additional options regarding the ruling by a Commonwealth Court judge that the voter ID requirement is unconstitutional: he can ask for a hearing before the entire Commonwealth Court, or he can appeal to the state Supreme Court.
The group Penn Environment says the decision will give local government more power over where fracking can — and cannot — occur in their communities.
Some portions of Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law have run afoul of the state Supreme Court.
Montgomery County solicitor Ray McGarry announced today that he would file an appeal on behalf of county register of wills D. Bruce Hanes.
A Pennsylvania judge isn’t stopping a tough new voter identification law from going into effect.
by KYW’s Tony Romeo The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is reviewing rules of courtroom conduct with an eye toward issues raised by new technology and social networking.