Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court upholds state’s mail voting law
Mail ballots were used in significant numbers in Pennsylvania for the first time in 2020.. - Alejandro A. Alvarez/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS

PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania’s mail voting law is constitutional, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, upholding the 2019 measure that allows any voter to use mail ballots and removing a cloud of uncertainty heading into the midterm elections. The law dramatically expanded mail voting from a method that had been allowed only in a very small number of cases — about 5% of votes in any given election — to one used by millions over the last two years. It was the product of bipartisan negotiations between Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and Republicans who control the state Legislature, the biggest chang...