The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has twice rejected calls to adopt an emergency diploma privilege that would allow law graduates to become licensed without taking and passing the bar, opting instead for an online exam in early October.

But a package of three diploma privilege bills introduced this week by a quartet of state lawmakers offers a glimmer of hope for examinees concerned about the equity and feasibility of the planned online test—albeit a faint one.

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