HARRISBURG (AP) – Republicans are suing again in an attempt to throw out PA’s broad mail-in voting law. The new lawsuit that was filed late Wednesday contends that the court must invalidate the law because of a provision that says it is “void” if any of its requirements are struck down in court. The lawsuit says the “non-severability” provision was triggered in a May 20 decision by a federal appeals court panel concerning mail-in ballots in a Lehigh County judicial race from last November. The Wolf Administration says the decision did not trigger the provision. In any case, courts have taken a dim view of non-severability provisions in the past and declined to enforce them.