Request to join Pa. election lawsuit gets a day in court, Senate GOP lawmakers respond to challenge
If the court grants the request, the groups and their lawyers will be able to participate in a legal effort mounted by Senate Democrats and Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Good gov’t advocates, voters request to join lawsuit to block Senate election investigation
The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania filed a motion to intervene on behalf of the state chapters of Common Cause, the League of Women Voters, and Make the Road, as well as eight voters, to join Attorney General Josh Shapiro's lawsuit against Senate Republicans.
Pa. Supreme Court hears arguments over crime victims’ amendment Marsy’s Law
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard oral arguments about whether the Marsy’s Law amendment, which appeared on the 2019 general election ballot, should have been presented in separate questions.
Advocacy groups reflect on voting rights on the anniversary of the 19th Amendment
“We’re not celebrating, we’re working,” Susan Gobreski, director of government policy for the Pennsylvania League of Women Voters, told the Capital-Star