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Pennsylvania Supreme Court weighs future of state’s popular mail voting law

The fate of Pennsylvania’s popular vote-by-mail law now lies in the hands of the state’s highest court,

By Angela Couloumbis/Spotlight PA

Updated: March 4, 2022 | 9:09 am

Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court allows some party committee candidates to pass out nomination petitions

Those candidates have been unsure if they could start passing around petitions for more than a week.

By Sam Dunklau

Pennsylvania mail-in voting law stays in place for now, justices rule

Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law will remain in place, at least for the near future.

By The Associated Press

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In new Pennsylvania congressional map, some U.S. House candidates find themselves in new districts

The new boundaries are muddying things for some congressional candidates in western Pennsylvania.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

Pennsylvania Supreme Court picks new congressional map designed to cause ‘least change’

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court by a 4 – 3 decision, chose a new congressional map for the state.

By Sam Dunklau and Katie Meyer

In the fight to control Congress, Pennsylvania’s district map could make the difference

The state Supreme Court’s decision on a map may determine whether Republicans or Democrats have the edge in the midterm elections.

By Sam Dunklau

Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court justices are trying, begrudgingly, to pick a new congressional map

“This ended up in their laps because of the failure of the other two branches.”

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

Updated: February 17, 2022 | 6:20 pm

Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court is set to start weighing new Congressional map ideas

Justices can now either endorse a map chosen by a lower court, choose from the other options, or appoint an outside expert to draw a completely different one.

By Sam Dunklau