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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Extends Vote By Mail Deadline, Allows Drop Boxes

The decisions come just seven weeks before Election Day and as a flurry of election-related lawsuits heat up around the country.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court handed down several voting-related decisions Thursday that are likely to help Democrats this fall.

The court extended the deadline for accepting mail ballots, will allow voters to submit their ballots through drop boxes and removed the Green Party's candidate for president from the ballot.

The decisions come less than two months before Election Day and as a flurry of election-related lawsuits continue to pile up around the country.

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