In a 100-page decision sure to be welcomed by the state’s benches, a five-justice majority of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered the reinstatement of the judicial pay raises repealed last year when voter anger erupted over the general pay increase engineered by the legislature last summer.

However, whether the ruling will be met with approval from the general public or by a new round of electorate ire remains to be seen.

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