State legislators lack standing to intervene in a challenge to an executive order concerning workers who provide in-home medical and personal care, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held in Markham v. Wolf.
Four alumnae of Wilson College lacked standing to challenge the college’s adoption of a fully coeducational program, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court decided in Tishok v. Dept. of Education.
A developer’s first opportunity to challenge the standing of an objector before Philadelphia’s zoning board was in the objector’s appeal to the trial court, not at the board hearing, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled in Scott v. City of Phila., Zoning Bd. of Adjustment
Pennsylvania dog owners can proceed with their action seeking a declaration that regulations promulgated by the Department of Agriculture conflict with the Dog Law, 3 P.S. §§ 459-101 – 459-1205, the Commonwealth Court ruled in Keith v. Department of Agriculture
The treasurer of a second class township has standing to file a statutory appeal of an annual audit after she leaves office, the Commonwealth Court held in In re Appeal of 2012 Financial Audit for Greene Township.