Kathleen Jones Goldman, Counsel in the Firm’s Litigation Section, was quoted in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review regarding the Voter ID Law.
This law, which was upheld on August 15 by a Commonwealth Court in judge Harrisburg, requires Pennsylvania voters to show proof of identification when they vote. The U.S. Justice Department is reviewing the law and could present federal challenges to it.
“I’d be shocked if they don’t file a lawsuit,” said Goldman, who chairs the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Republican National Lawyers Association.
Opponents of the law also indicated that they expect to appeal the decision to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.