Pennsylvania's 40-Year-Old Unemployment Computer System To Be Replaced In JunePennsylvania's antiquated unemployment computer system is finally being replaced.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Push To Make To-Go Cocktails PermanentLawmakers in Harrisburg are pushing to make to-go cocktails permanent.
Pa. Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Ban State From Requiring 'Vaccine Passports'Republican lawmakers are introducing a bill that would ban Pennsylvania from requiring vaccine passports.
Pa. State Senator Working On Legislation To Make It A Requirement To Test For Legionella In BuildingsIn any given week, one Pittsburgh laboratory tests several thousand samples of water for Legionella.
Pennsylvania Senate Republicans Pass Bill Halting PennDOT's Plan To Toll Nine BridgesA bill passed through the Pennsylvania State Senate would halt PennDOT's plan to toll 9 bridges across Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Senate Approves Bill To Halt PennDOT's Plans To Toll 9 BridgesRepublicans in Pennsylvania’s Senate are trying to make Gov. Wolf’s administration start over on its plans to toll up to nine major bridges.
Some Push To Kill Off Pennsylvania Regulations Paused During PandemicPennsylvania put on ice hundreds of state government regulations during the pandemic, but policymakers are starting to weigh whether any of the suspended or revised rules should be jettisoned for good.
Gov. Tom Wolf Orders U.S., Commonwealth Flags To Half-Staff For Former Vice President Walter MondalePennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has ordered all Commonwealth and United States flags to half-staff to recognize the late former Vice President Walter Mondale.
Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Celebrates Five-Year Anniversary Of Medical Marijuana ProgramPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf marked the fifth anniversary of the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Act on Saturday.
Lawmakers Seek Long-Term Limit On Governors’ Emergency PowerAs governors loosen long-lasting coronavirus restrictions, state lawmakers across the U.S., including in Pennsylvania and Ohio, are taking actions to significantly limit the power they could wield in future emergencies.
Committee Approves Nearly $1.5M Renovation Of Governor's Suite At Pa. State CapitolThe Governor's suite at the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg will be receiving a nearly $1.5 million renovation.
Board OK's Spending Nearly $1.5M To Renovate Governor's Offices In HarrisburgThe group that oversees maintenance and construction in the Pennsylvania Capitol voted unanimously Wednesday to spend nearly $1.5 million to renovate the governor’s suite.
3 Pittsburgh Residents Accused Of Stealing Nearly $900,000 In Illegally Obtained Pandemic Unemployment AssistanceThree Pittsburgh residents are charged with pandemic-related fraud.
Pa. Lawmakers Restart Amendment Process On Child Sex Abuse SuitsState lawmakers restarted the process to allow now-adult victims of child sexual abuse to bring lawsuits against their abusers.
Wolf Administration Creates Portal For Organizations To Request Naloxone Nasal SprayThe Wolf administration has launched the Statewide Naloxone Allocation Request Portal.