High Court to Review Ex-Justices' Challenge to Retirement Question

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to take up an application for extraordinary relief filed by two of its former members regarding the wording of the impending ballot question on the mandatory judicial retirement age.

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    By Kathleen M. Kline

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