Two days of testimony about distressed Scranton, Pa.'s request to implement a commuter tax ended Wednesday in the Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas, with a three-member panel of judges yet to rule.

The judges - Terrence Nealon, Robert Mazzoni and Pike County's visiting Harold Thomson - said early in the afternoon that they would keep the record open until Friday, allowing for the City Council to address some loose ends at Thursday night's meeting.

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