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

Published on January 16, 2013, by in General.

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.

3 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

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

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

  2. Jed Siple

    Uh, freedom of the press?

  3. Demo Rep

    ANY press folks around when WAR plans are being made or when WAR orders are sent out ???

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