Pa. Supreme Court Rules Ballots Can't Be Tossed Over Voter SignaturePennsylvania's Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday on a key concern surrounding an avalanche of mail-in ballots in the presidential battleground state, prohibiting counties from rejecting ballots because the voter's signature on it may not resemble their signature on their registration form.
Pa. Supreme Court Reviewing Priest Abuse Lawsuit's Ruling On Time LimitsPennsylvania's highest court is considering whether a woman's lawsuit on claims of sexual abuse by a priest decades ago should be allowed to continue.
Pa. Supreme Court To Settle Dispute Over Voter SignaturesPennsylvania's highest court will take up the question of whether counties should count mail-in ballots when a voter's signature doesn't necessarily match the one on their registration.
Voting Officials Waiting On Guidance From Pa. Supreme Court On Absentee, Mail-In Ballot Signature MatchingWhen it comes to signing your name, do you always write it the same way?
Along With The Affordable Care Act, Pa. Election Case Up For Review By United States Supreme CourtOctober 5 is the first Monday in October, and by tradition, that's the opening session of the United States Supreme Court.
Green Party Candidate Ordered Off Pennsylvania BallotHowie Hawkins, the Green Party nominee for president, did not strictly follow procedures for getting on Pennsylvania’s ballot in November.
Pa. Supreme Court Gives Democrats Series Of Victories, Including Mail-In Ballot Deadline ExtensionPennsylvania’s highest court gave the Democratic Party a series of victories Thursday, including one allowing repairs to glitches and gray areas in the battleground state’s fledgling mail-in voting law and another that kicked the Green Party’s presidential candidate off the November ballot.
Pennsylvania Asking State Supreme Court To Take Over Election-Related LawsuitPennsylvania is asking the state’s highest court to use its extraordinary authority to take over another election-related lawsuit.
Pennsylvania Asks State Supreme Court To Extend Mail-In Voting DeadlineAfter a warning from the U.S. Postal Service regarding delivery times, the Wolf Administration is asking the State Supreme Court to extend the mail-in voting deadline.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Tosses Challenge To Eviction BanThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has dismissed a challenge to the governor’s statewide moratorium on foreclosures and evictions.
Pa. Supreme Court Rules Family's Lawsuit Against Chemical Companies For Father’s Death Allowed To ProceedA groundbreaking civil case involving the long-time groundskeeper and superintendent at a local golf course will proceed, thanks to a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.