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The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, in a July 7 ruling, upheld a decision by the city of Philadelphia to deny an electrical contractor license to a man who had completed training and certification, but instead of finding apprentice-like employment with a licensed electrical contractor, had hired contractors and worked alongside them as they taught him the trade.
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