The trial for a permanent injunction of Pennsylvania’s Voter ID law (Act 18 of 2012) was conducted in Commonwealth Court July 15th – August 1st.
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HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania voters will not have to show photo identification at the polls until the Commonwealth Court makes a final decision in the lawsuit challenging the controversial law.
Commonwealth Court Judge Bernard L. McGinley issued an order on August 16th extending the preliminary injunction of the voter ID law until the trial court makes a decision on a permanent injunction. That decision, which is separate from today’s ruling, is not expected until later this year. Read More