Gov. Wolf Says He Will Veto Pa. Abortion BillPA Lawmakers could vote as early as Tuesday on a measure that would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
More Than 3,800 Sign Up For Medical Marijuana In Pennsylvania In First WeekMore than 3,800 patients have registered for Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program in its first week.
Gov. Wolf Approves Online Gambling, More CasinosPennsylvania's Governor Tom Wolf has approved legislation authorizing a major expansion of gambling in what's already the nation's second-largest commercial casino state.
Wolf Has Little Choice But To Sign Bills For BudgetPennsylvania's ugly budget process has left a Frankenstein-like assortment sitting on Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's desk.
Natural Gas Production Tax Gets Life In Pennsylvania HouseGov. Tom Wolf is urging leaders of the Republican-controlled state House of Representatives to speed a vote on legislation to tax Marcellus Shale natural gas production in the nation's No. 2 gas state.
Pa. Insurance Rates To Go Up For Plans Through Affordable Care ActDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration is blaming President Donald Trump for a sharp increase in the cost of health insurance that'll take effect next year for residents who buy individual plans.
Wolf To Pursue Farm Show Borrowing Plan To Plug DeficitDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration will look to borrow against the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center to help plug a projected $2.2 billion deficit.
65 Unused Prescription Take-Back Boxes Added In Pa. After Initiative's SuccessOver 158 tons of unused prescription drugs have been collected and destroyed thanks to good citizens putting them in take-back boxes, and 65 more boxes have been added to Pennsylvania State Police stations.
House GOP Regroups Around No-New-Tax Package To Plug DeficitHouse Republicans said they expected a vote Wednesday afternoon. The budget stalemate is in its third month.
Pennsylvania House Returns, With Fight Over $2.2B UnresolvedMembers of Pennsylvania's House of Representatives are trickling back into the Capitol for their first session in seven weeks as a two-month budget stalemate shows no signs of ending.
Gov. Wolf: House GOP's Budget-Balancing Plan Is 'Nonsense'Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf says a plan assembled by a group of House Republicans to balance Pennsylvania's budget is "nonsense."
GOP Hopeful Paul Mango: 'We Are Not Growing The Pennsylvania Economy'Paul Mango says he has what it takes to replace Gov. Tom Wolf.