Commonwealth Court Of Pennsylvania Hears Arguments Over School Mask Mandatehe fight over masking students went before the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania.
GOP Lawmakers In Pennsylvania Go To Court To Challenge Mail-In Voting LawFourteen Republican state lawmakers have filed a new lawsuit challenging Pennsylvania’s mail-in voting law.
Commonwealth Court Ruling Allows UPMC To Build Hospital In South HillsA ruling by the Commonwealth Court overruled a zoning board decision that denied UPMC to build a hospital in Jefferson Hills.
Split Court Tosses Pennsylvania Victims’ Rights AmendmentA divided state court on Thursday threw out a victims’ rights state constitutional amendment that voters apparently passed by a wide margin, ruling it bundled too many changes together.
Court Schedules Oral Argument For State Senate Republicans' Lawsuit To Enforce Resolution Ending Gov. Wolf's Emergency DeclarationCommonwealth Court on Tuesday scheduled oral argument for later this month regarding the Senate Republicans’ lawsuit to enforce a Legislature-approved resolution that aims to end Pennsylvania’s pandemic shutdown.
Commonwealth Court To Hear Arguments Over Adding Victims' Rights Amendment To State Constitution In MarchA group of state judges will begin hearing oral arguments in March on whether or not to add "Marsy's Law" to the state constitution.
Pa. State Court To Hear Case Against Marsy's Law Ballot QuestionThe Commonwealth Court will be hearing a lawsuit challenging the ballot measure of Marsy's Law.
County Court Sued Over Ban On Probationers Using Medical MarijuanaA lawsuit is challenging a Pennsylvania county's policy that people on probation and other forms of court supervision may not use medical marijuana, even if they are in the state registry.
Lottery Gets Win In Pennsylvania Casino Gambling LawsuitPennsylvania casinos lost a bid in Commonwealth Court to shut down lottery games they said resembled casino gambling.
Judge Denies UPMC Request To Bar Highmark From Upcoming HearingA Commonwealth Court judge has denied a request by UPMC to keep Highmark from participating in an upcoming hearing.
Court To Rule On Secrecy Of State Police Social Media PolicyPennsylvania's highest court has agreed to consider whether state police should have to disclose more details about how they use information from social media to investigate crimes and make their own hiring decisions.
Second Pennsylvania Gerrymandering Challenge Heads To TrialA state court trial over congressional district boundaries is about to get underway in Pennsylvania as a parallel case awaits a decision in federal court.
Pittsburgh Airport Worker Loses Leg, Firm Ordered To Pay Workers' CompAn appeals court says an aviation company was wrong to reject a workers' compensation claim from a woman who lost her leg on the job.
City Offers Grace Period For Police Officers Living Outside City LimitsAmnesty is sometimes offered to people who live outside the law, but now the City of Pittsburgh is offering it to police officers who live outside the city, violating the residency requirement.
Court Restores Mandate That Police Live Within PittsburghA divided Pennsylvania appeals court is restoring a requirement that Pittsburgh police officers live within the city limits.