Judges Appear Split On Pa. Senate's Voter Data Subpoena

By Matthew Santoni (September 12, 2022, 11:15 PM EDT) -- Judges on a Pennsylvania appellate court panel seemed split Monday on whether a state Senate committee's subpoena for information on all 9 million voters should be treated as a routine sharing of information between branches of government or requires a deeper inquiry into the privacy implications of the drivers' license numbers and partial Social Security numbers that would be part of the data dump....

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