To comply with the federal “motor voter” law, Pennsylvania must designate its ParaTransit offices — which provide public transportation services to the disabled — as voter registration stations, a federal judge has ruled.

“ParaTransit users are less likely to be licensed drivers and thus lose a voter registration opportunity they would otherwise have, “U.S. District Judge Ronald L. Buckwalter wrote in a five-page memorandum in ACORN v. Ridge.

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