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Philadelphia Inquirer publishes CCD column on suppression of voter choice in Pennsylvania

Philadelphia Inquirer publishes CCD legal counsel Oliver Hall’s column demonstrating that voter choice was suppressed in Pennsylvania’s November 2, 2010 general election, as a result of the state’s unique practice of imposing unconstitutional costs and attorneys’ fees upon candidates who defend nomination petitions that they are required by law to submit. See our Media page for the article.


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