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Pennsylvania court strikes down no-excuse mail voting law

CBS News
 2022-01-28

Cover picture for the articleA Pennsylvania court on Friday struck down Act 77, the law that established no-excuse mail voting in Pennsylvania, saying it violated the state Constitution. The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court said the state's constitution requires votes to be cast in-person unless voters meet certain requirements. Shortly after the court's decision, a notice of...

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01-28

How about no matter their affiliated party, they read the constitution and uphold the wording as it’s stated and not decide based on personal opinions. The judges work for us, the people, to uphold the laws of this state and nation!

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Niners Nation
01-29

Per the article: "The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court said the state's constitution requires votes to be cast in-person unless voters meet certain requirements."Crazy how the democrats want to change voting standards because of "suppression" while touting record numbers of voters turning out to vote for Basement Biden.

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Patrick Hufford
01-29

the pandemic overrides the Constitution just sorry to say that in the event of a pandemic the US Constitution overrides the State Constitution and this court should have known better. now we're going to ask for the bar review of all the judges involved. and remove them as per the US Constitution for trying to incite Communism on American soil.

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