HARRISBURG (AP) – New maps of PA General Assembly districts that reflect the past decade’s population changes are now in place as the state Supreme Court has turned down all legal challenges. The court order clears the way for legislative candidates to begin circulating petitions to get on the spring primary ballot. The Legislative Reapportionment Commission approved the new maps 4-1 more than a month ago, with only House Republican Leader Kerry Benninghoff of Centre County voting against them. That began a period of legal challenges the justices rejected on Wednesday. The court said that starting Friday, candidates will have 10 days to collect signatures to get on the May 17 primary ballot.