Justices ponder bid to throw out no-excuse mail-in balloting in Pa.

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania Supreme Court docket justices are contemplating whether or not to throw out a state regulation that tremendously expanded mail-in balloting.

The courtroom held oral argument Tuesday in Harrisburg.

The litigation was introduced partially by a few of the Republican state representatives who voted overwhelmingly for the regulation about two years in the past.

The justices might put an finish to compromise laws that additionally eradicated straight-ticket voting, a precedence of legislative Republicans, in change for no-excuse mail-in voting that proved instantly in style through the pandemic.

Justices did not point out when or how they will rule.

The spring main is at present scheduled for Might 17.

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