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FRIDAY FIREWORKS? - The tragicomedy known as the 2020 U.S. presidential election could soon morph into a courtroom drama, and Pennsylvania is poised to play a starring role. As Max Mitchell reports, voting challenges began percolating up to the state’s Commonwealth Court yesterday, but several observers said they don’t expect to see a major uptick in litigation until at least Friday, once all of Pennsylvania’s ballots are counted.

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