Commonwealth Court presides over cases brought against state government. Here’s what to know ahead of the Nov. 7 election.
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Mastriano, a state appellate judge, and other figures used a rally on William Penn this summer to express Christian Nationalist views.
A panel of Commonwealth Court judges granted the municipalities’ request to effectively declare the plan dead because PennDOT had not followed the law.
Despite the ongoing legal battle over a key state voting law, for now, voters will not be affected.
Commonwealth Court is starting to pore over 14 ideas for carving the state up into 17 Congressional districts.
The Commonwealth Court issued an order Friday setting Jan. 30 for the deadline for it to render its judgment on proposals that are submitted to it.
The separation of powers, the privacy of voters and what former President Donald Trump wants were raised in a Pennsylvania courtroom as Democrats seek to block a subpoena to state election officials in what Republicans call a “forensic investigation” of last year’s presidential election.