Lawless v. Jubelirer
|Lawless v. Jubelirer (2002)
|Pennsylvania Constitution allowed Senate President Pro Tempore Robert Jubelrier to serve simultaneously as a senator and as Lieutenant Governor.Lawless v. Jubelirer, 571 Pa. 79 (1983), was a Pennsylvania Supreme Court case affirming the Commonwealth Court's ruling that the|
AND NOW, this 25th day of September, 2002, the Order of the Commonwealth Court is hereby AFFIRMED. It is further ordered that the Application for Expedited Consideration is hereby DENIED.
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