Pa. House Votes To Restore Minimum SentencesThe state House has again passed legislation to restore mandatory minimum sentences in Pennsylvania.
State House Approves Airport Tablet Gambling BillThe State House approved a bill on Tuesday that would allow limited gambling in some airports in western Pennsylvania.
House GOP Drops Plan To Gut Independent Ethics OfficeHouse Republicans have dropped plans to gut the independent ethics office after widespread criticism.
With Budget Passed, State Legislature Wrestles Over Taxes To Pay For ItPennsylvania lawmakers are returning to work on the state's spending plan for the coming year.
More Votes Loom On Spending, Amid Differences Over FundingThe Pennsylvania House and Senate are returning to session on the last day of the state government's fiscal year, with differences remaining on a tax package necessary to finance a $31.5 billion budget plan.
Wolf Won't Endorse House Budget Plan, Says It's Not BalancedThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the main appropriations bill in a nearly $31.6 billion budget plan.
State Lawmakers Inch Closer To Budget Deal In Final WeekPennsylvania state lawmakers are trickling back into the Capitol for the final days of the state government's fiscal year as budget negotiators try to produce a budget package that Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf will sign.
Wolf Threatens Veto Of GOP's Spending Bill In Budget FightDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is threatening to veto Republican spending legislation that could arrive on his desk by day's end.
Wolf Blasts New GOP Bill In Pennsylvania's Budget FightDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday blasted the latest budget plan to be advanced by Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania's eight-month partisan battle.
Wolf Begins Defense Of Spending Plan In Budget HearingsGov. Tom Wolf's administration will begin defending his $33.3 billion budget proposal to the Republican-controlled Legislature.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Survives Vote To Remove Her From OfficePennsylvania senators debated Wednesday whether to remove from office the state's attorney general because her law license is suspended while she defends herself against criminal charges.
Gov. Wolf Says He Won't Cave On Demand To Fix State's DeficitDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday that he won't cave on his demand that lawmakers agree to measures to wipe out the state government's long-term deficit that has plunged its credit rating into the bottom ranks of states.

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