Coronavirus Changes: Pa. State Legislature Holds First Remote Session In 200 YearsState senators and representatives came together in a remote session on Wednesday to pass emergency bills.
Inside Politics With Jon Delano: Coronavirus Leads Lawmakers To Seek Alternative Ways Of LegislatingWith medical experts telling everyone to engage in “social distancing” by not gathering in numbers in excess of ten and for those over 60 to “self-isolate,” lawmakers across the United States could soon abandon some of their most traditional practices.
Gov. Tom Wolf Orders All Bars And Restaurants To Stop Dine-In Service For Two Weeks In Allegheny CountyGovernor Tom Wolf has ordered all restaurants and bars in Allegheny County to halt dine-in services for two weeks.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Attorney General Reviews Hundreds Of Price Gouging ClaimsAs people stock up on disinfectants and sanitation supplies during the coronavirus outbreak, Attorney General Josh Shapiro said he is working to make sure people are not scammed by providers.
Nearly 10K Pa. State Government Workers Make At Least $100KThe number of Pennsylvania state government employees who make at least six figures currently includes nearly 10,000 workers, according to a Pennlive.com report published Tuesday.
Rep. Jake Wheatley Introduces Bill To Legalize Recreational Marijuana In PennsylvaniaA local state representative is again pushing to legalize recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Harrisburg Diocese Becomes First In Pa. To Seek Bankruptcy After Paying $12M To Sexual Abuse SurvivorsThe Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, six months after disclosing it had paid millions of dollars to people sexually abused as children by its clerics.
With The Loss Of Two Legislative Leaders, Western PA May Have Less Clout In HarrisburgTop Republican leaders in the Senate and House will retire this year, possibly leaving a leadership void that might impact what this area gets from Harrisburg.
Pa. Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman Threatened With Lawsuit Over Blocking Twitter UsersLieutenant Governor John Fetterman is being threatened with a lawsuit over blocking one of his critics on Twitter.
Pennsylvania Treasury Has Nearly $750,000 Worth Of Unclaimed Property From People With The Names Valentine, Cupid Or LoveThe Pennsylvania Treasurer is looking for Valentine's.
Senate President Joe Scarnati Will Not Seek Re-ElectionPennsylvania Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati will not seek re-election.
Pennsylvania Judge Puts Hold On State ‘Ghost Guns’ PolicyA Pennsylvania judge Friday put a freeze on a new state police policy regarding sales of partially manufactured gun frames that can be made into working pistols and rifles.
Pa. Auditor General Report Approves Plan To Upgrade Emergency Radio Communications SystemThe Pennsylvania auditor general's office says a $45 million project to upgrade emergency radio communications system in Pennsylvania is on time and within the budget.
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.
Lawmakers OK Ending Election Of State’s Lieutenant GovernorA measure to amend the constitution in Pennsylvania and let each political party’s gubernatorial nominee choose who will serve under them as lieutenant governor cleared the first hurdle.