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Imagine that the decision whether you could continue to receive a recent $10,000 annual pay raise rested entirely in your own hands. Keeping that pay raise would be a no-brainer. But imagine further that if you decided to retain the raise, you greatly increased the likelihood of being fired from your job within the next several years. Now what would you do? This is essentially the quandary that recently faced six justices on the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in ruling on the constitutionality of legislation to repeal a recently enacted judicial pay raise.

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