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“Lessons From Pa.’s Judicial Retirement Age Ballot Fiasco”

Howard Bashman: s polling expert Berwood Yost of Franklin & Marshall College ­persuasively demonstrated in an essay that The Philadelphia Inquirer published last week, the current phrasing of the ballot ­question is misleading insofar as it omits that Pennsylvania’s current … Continue reading ?
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