Both sides of the legislative aisle have bickered virtually nonstop about the newly draw PA legislative district over the past few months. The PA Supreme Court rejected the newly drawn districts in a 4-3 decision on January 25th, and ordered that the 2001 lines be used until a new map could be drawn and approved.
Now comes worries that a plan may not be approved in time for the PA primary election on April 24th, and both voters and candidates are confused as to which districts they live in, let alone who may appear on their ballot. It's jamming up the process of obtaining the proper signatures for nominating petitions, too.
Click here for a breakdown on the PA Supreme Court's opinion, and analysis by PA Politics
Click here for Trib article "State can still use '01 districts, judge says"
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