Oral Arguments Begin Today In Case Brought Forth By Butler Area School District Against Gov. Tom WolfOral arguments are set to begin in a lawsuit brought forth by Butler Area School District against Gov. Tom Wolf and his COVID-19 mitigation orders.
Pennsylvania House Approves Veto-Bound Bill Designed To Block Local Gun LawsThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives advanced a bill that will be vetoed that would force cities to repeal firearm restrictions.
Restaurants And Businesses Looking Forward To Lifting Of COVID-19 RestrictionsBeginning at 12:01 on Monday, most COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted in Pennsylvania and it comes as a relief to local restaurants.
Gov. Tom Wolf Renews Calls For Minimum Wage IncreaseGov. Tom Wolf is renewing his call to raise the minimum wage.
70% Of Pennsylvanian Adults Have Received 1st COVID-19 Vaccine DoseGov. Tom Wolf says 70 percent of Pennsylvanian adults have received at least their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Pennsylvania House GOP Advances Measure Limiting Gov. Tom Wolf's Pandemic PowersThe Republican floor leader of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Monday proposed keeping in place some parts of Gov. Tom Wolf’s coronavirus disaster declaration until October, but ending fast-track contracting rules and other provisions much sooner.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Another Renewal Of COVID-19 Disaster DeclarationGov. Tom Wolf signed another renewal of the COVID-19 disaster declaration Thursday.
Pennsylvania Voters Impose Limits On Governor's Emergency Disaster PowersPennsylvania voters became the first in the nation to impose restrictions on a governor’s authority under an emergency disaster declaration, approving constitutional amendments sped to a statewide referendum by Republican lawmakers angry over how Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf handled the pandemic response.
Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Receives Second COVID-19 Vaccine ShotPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf received his second dose of the Moderna vaccine Monday.
1st Ballot Test Of Governor's Pandemic Powers Starts In PennsylvaniaRepublican lawmakers across the country have tried to roll back the emergency powers that governors wielded during the COVID-19 pandemic, as they ordered businesses shut, mask-wearing in public and students home for distance learning.
Pennsylvania To Ease Restrictions Before Reopening May 31From wedding venues to hotels to sports arenas, Monday is long-awaited.