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Inquirer and Post-Gazette publish favorable editorials in PA

In editorials celebrating the federal court decision holding Pennsylvania’s ballot access requirements unconstitutional as applied to minor parties, both the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette urged Governor Wolf not to appeal and encouraged the Legislature to enact remedial legislation. Unfortunately, Governor Wolf announced that his office will file an appeal. “We expect another smackdown from a federal appellate court,” writes the Post-Gazette.


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