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431. Mating habits of the domestic judge, Pennsylvania version

Pennsylvanias Judge C. Joseph Rehkamp was foolish enough to drink the water at the Luzerne County Courthouse, that ill-proportioned lump of architectural notions, when he was persuaded to venture down from his roost in Perry County to fill in for … Continue reading

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New Pennsylvania congressional map boosts Democrats

Claiming full authority to do so, a deeply divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court drew up and released on Monday its own new map of congressional election districts – one that experts calculated would give Democratic candidates a realistic chance of picking up three … Continue reading

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Do Both Spouses Have to Live in Pennsylvania to Get a PA Divorce?

It is not at all uncommon for two legally married spouses to be living in two different states at the time that one of the spouses wants to file for divorce. Common situations include: 1) two spouses moving to a … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania legislators go to justices on redistricting

The Supreme Court yesterday received yet another request to intervene in a state’s redistricting battle – this time from Republican legislators in Pennsylvania, who asked the justices to temporarily block a ruling by the state’s supreme court invalidating the state’s … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania congressional election maps voided

In a ruling that potentially could be a political boon to Democrats running for Congress this year in Pennsylvania, a sharply divided state Supreme Court on Monday struck down 2011 maps for electing 18 members of the U.S. House of Representatives.  Those … Continue reading

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