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Tuesday's DN: PennDOT not partnering on Voter ID

Civic groups eager to help senior citizens obtain the state-approved identification now needed to vote find that PennDOT is not very receptive to their efforts.

Tuesday's DN: PennDOT not partnering on Voter ID

Civic groups eager to help senior citizens obtain the state-approved identification now needed to vote find that PennDOT is not very receptive to their efforts.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear a challenge to mandatory life sentences for teens.  And a Philadelphia man could face execution on Oct. 3.

A local blogger who once infuriated restaurant owners now faces criminal charges for advocating death on the Internet for local law enforcement officials.

And Harrah's Casino in Chester sues Chaka "Chip"Fattah Jr., son of the Philadelphia member of the U.S. House, for bouncing a $16,000 check to pay for a credit line.

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