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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by Shepherd9 View Post
    Hopefully they actually follow through.


    Pennsylvania GOP Moves to Repeal No-Excuse Mail-In Ballot Provisions

    Republican state lawmakers in Pennsylvania have announced they will introduce legislation to repeal provisions in the law that allows for no-excuse mail-in ballots.

    *Shortly, we intend to introduce legislation repealing the no-excuse mail-in ballot provisions enacted in Act 77 of 2019,* state Sens. Patrick Stefano and Doug Mastriano said in a Jan. 21 memorandum.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/pennsy...s_3666556.html
    Dems will appeal to PASC and it will be struck down.
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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    In other news Pa Farm Show has dogs and ponies...
    The Gun is the Badge of a Free Man

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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    In other news Pa Farm Show has dogs and ponies...
    I thought it was canceled???

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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by archie19 View Post
    I thought it was canceled???
    No, it's "Virtual!" this year.


    BARF.
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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    No, it's "Virtual!" this year.


    BARF.
    oh, like the inauguration??? So how many PSP are in attendance???

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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    Dems will appeal to PASC and it will be struck down.
    On what grounds?

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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    On grounds of 'orangemansupportersbad.'
    Strange women lying in ponds, distributing swords, is no basis for a system of government.

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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by Qtrborecrazy View Post
    On what grounds?
    Hate legislation for trying to disenfranchise minorities, women, and the alphabet people.
    Accuse your enemy of what you are doing as you are doing it to create confusion -Karl Marx

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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by Shepherd9 View Post
    Hopefully they actually follow through.


    Pennsylvania GOP Moves to Repeal No-Excuse Mail-In Ballot Provisions

    Republican state lawmakers in Pennsylvania have announced they will introduce legislation to repeal provisions in the law that allows for no-excuse mail-in ballots.

    *Shortly, we intend to introduce legislation repealing the no-excuse mail-in ballot provisions enacted in Act 77 of 2019,* state Sens. Patrick Stefano and Doug Mastriano said in a Jan. 21 memorandum.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/pennsy...s_3666556.html
    The fact of the matter is that Act 77 is unconstitutional and should be struck down as was Marsy's law recently. Funny thing, I asked both Joe Ciresi and Katie Muth what they thought proper punishment would be for legislators who violated our Constitution and refused to undo it and neither one responded to the question.
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    Default Re: Public Hearing w/Dept of State on Guidance during the 2020 general elect

    Quote Originally Posted by Qtrborecrazy View Post
    Is the PUBLIC allowed in? Will they put a stop to the Pa. Supreme Court making their own laws? Day late and a dollar short.
    FYI! If you take the time to read ACT 77 as passed you'll find near the very end of the document a provision that specifically cedes the authority to render decisions in the case of questions or controversies to PA Supreme Court! Want it changed? Jump in your Representative's and Senators shit until they do!

    (2) The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has exclusive jurisdiction to hear a challenge to or to render a declaratory judgment concerning the constitutionality of a provision referred to in paragraph (1). The Supreme Court may take action it deems appropriate, consistent with the Supreme Court retaining jurisdiction over the matter, to find facts or to expedite a final judgment in connection with such a challenge or request for declaratory relief.

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