Eight voters and three community organizations took their argument to Commonwealth Court today in their effort to join a lawsuit challenging a subpoena issued by a state Senate committee to the Department of State seeking the personally identifying information of every registered voter.
A coalition of good government and civil rights advocates and eight voters filed a petition in state court to join the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s lawsuit against state Senate Republicans’ attempt to obtain private information about the commonwealth’s registered voters.
The Biden administration has entered into at least one new Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agreement to expand its use of private prisons, despite a campaign promise and an executive order from President Biden to end the use of privately run detention facilities.
Good government advocates argued to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court today that the 2019 ballot question on constitutional rights for victims of crime presented voters with too many changes to the state constitution in a single question.
At a press conference today, the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania celebrated the August 1 launch of a pilot program that will change how Philadelphia police interact with individuals who are committing minor offenses.