The Commonwealth is challenging the order permanently enjoining enforcement of the Photo ID Law.

The Commonwealth filed a Post-Trial Motion, asking the Commonwealth Court to vacate its January 17, 2014, Order and enter judgment in favor of the Commonwealth.  In other words, the Commonwealth is arguing that Judge McGinley erred when he concluded that the Photo ID Law violates the PA Constitution and is asking him to reverse himself.

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2 responses to “The Commonwealth is challenging the order permanently enjoining enforcement of the Photo ID Law.

  1. It sounds like they want him to change a call of a just and moral decision, And he made his decision on good moral, justified and it was a decision from a man that still has very good moral turpitude, and for that I do praise him for his decision.

  2. Anonymous

    Please do not waste any more time or tax payer money on anti democratic laws that chase problems that don’t exist. Try reading the federal report on the state of elections and spend the money on replacing aged out faulty electronic voting machines with ballots that have an actual paper trail that can be recounted in a close election.

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