On Saturday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a suit brought by Republicans challenging the state’s mail-in voting law — passed in October 2019 — was filed too long after the law was passed and rejected a requested review of the law.
The court also overturned a lower court injunction blocking Pennsylvania from moving ahead with certifying its election. The suit was dismissed with prejudice, putting a permanent end to that avenue of challenge. With Saturday’s ruling, Pennsylvania’s certification of its election results is cleared to proceed. Biden beat Trump by more than 80,000 votes in the final tally to claim Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes.
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