Four nonpartisan advocacy groups and three voters from Allegheny County have asked a state court in Pennsylvania to rule that they may intervene in an election-related lawsuit filed by the state Democratic Party.
In a major development with implications for the 2020 presidential election, a federal court in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has allowed three nonpartisan advocacy organizations and three voters to intervene in a lawsuit filed by President Trump’s campaign.
In a ruling issued earlier this week, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court reaffirmed that the assignment of cash bail in Pennsylvania must be in accordance with state law but left in place practices by the Philadelphia magistrates who set bail that violate those principles.
Voters and Civil Rights Organizations Take Legal Action Challenging Trump Campaign’s Voter Suppression Efforts in Pennsylvania
Voters are fighting back against the Trump campaign’s illegal attempt to make it difficult for Pennsylvanians to vote by mail and to have those ballots counted during the pandemic.
The Pennsylvania Senate unanimously passed legislation to implement numerous alterations to the commonwealth’s probation system.
In a landmark decision, a federal appeals court ruled that public schools cannot censor students’ off-campus speech based on a fear of disruption of school activities.