HARRISBURG (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected the Trump campaign’s claim that Philadelphia did not offer meaningful access to the vote count. In a 5-to-2 ruling, the justices found Philadelphia did not illegally restrict observers during the canvassing process.
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