Third Circuit Upholds Pennsylvania Law Barring Reporters and Photographers from Polling Places

On January 16, the Third Circuit upheld a Pennsylvania law that bars anyone other than voters and polling place officials from being inside a polling place. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette had sued to overturn the law, arguing that it desired to place reporters and photographers inside polling places on election day to observe the voter sign-in process. The case is PG Publishing Company v Aichele, 12-3863. The decision is 52 pages.


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  1. New Age voting = A matter of NATIONAL SECURITY ??? Duh.

    — due to the New Age arrogant powermad incumbent robot party hacks.

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