In a ballot challenge case that has gone up and down to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court several times since 2006, the court has affirmed without opinion a Commonwealth Court ruling that the “Bonusgate” scandal does not affect an order requiring the candidate and his attorney pay more than $80,000 in attorney fees and costs.

The justices, in a two-sentence order, affirmed the Commonwealth Court decision and rejected a motion to hear oral argument on the matter.

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