Legislature Begins To Tackle Congressional Redistricting, While Many Warn Against Political GerrymanderingThe state Legislature is holding hearings this week on how best to draw congressional district lines.
Governor Tom Wolf Now Open To Voter ID If 'Expansive And Easy To Acquire'Governor Tom Wolf seems to be relaxing his opposition to voter ID requirements at the polls in Pennsylvania.
Bill Advances In Harrisburg To Ban Cell Phone Use by Drivers, But Some Lawmakers Worry About Racial ProfilingA bill allowing local police to pull over any driver holding a cell phone to crack down on distracted driving has raised concerns.
John Fetterman Leads Fundraising In Pennsylvania’s US Senate RaceFetterman, the state’s lieutenant governor, reported $2.5 million raised in the three months ending June 30, leaving him with $3 million in his campaign account. That is far more than any candidate, Republican or Democrat, has reported.
Penn State Trustees Votes To Raise Tuition For Upcoming School YearFor the first time since 2017-18, incoming, in-state undergraduate students will see a hike in tuition at Penn State.
Pa. Leaders Propose Charging Fee For Each Package Delivered By Amazon, FedEx And Others It may soon cost more to have a package shipped if a plan proposed in Harrisburg goes through.
Work Search Requirements For Unemployment Benefits Resume This WeekBeginning this week, Pennsylvania will reintroduce work search requirements for those receiving unemployment benefits.
'She Keeps Us Going:' Family Of Alina Sheykhet Continues Push To Strengthen PFA LawsFour years after Alina Sheykhet was killed by her ex-boyfriend, her family is still pushing to strengthen protection from abuse laws.
On 15th Anniversary Of Last Minimum Wage Increase, Gov. Wolf Urges General Assembly To Hike The WageGov. Tom Wolf and state lawmakers renewed their push to hike the minimum wage.
'This Is A Sham:' Pa. Attorney General Calls State Senator's 2020 Election Audit Request NonsenseAs some GOP senators continue to call for audits into the 2020 election nearly one year later, Pa. Attorney General Shapiro slammed the efforts.
New Pennsylvania Law Requires Rehabilitation Facilities To Notify Families If Patient Leaves EarlyA new law in Pennsylvania takes effect in two months that would require rehab facilities to contact a patient's family should they leave early.
Pennsylvania Reimposes Work Search Requirements For Those Getting Unemployment BenefitsBeginning July 18, almost everyone on unemployment must start looking for work again.
Pennsylvania Set To Change Law On Milk Label Dates A new state law will change how "sell by" and "best by" dates are handled for milk.
Governor Tom Wolf Approves Changes To Medical Marijuana Law In PennsylvaniaGovernor Tom Wolf signed legislation that expands access to medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Republicans Pushing New Election-Auditing Office In Budget