Former Pa. House Speakers Who Went To Prison Get Reprieve From Criminal History PlaquesThe portraits of three former Pennsylvania House speakers who went to prison on corruption-related charges have received a reprieve of sorts.
Pa. Restaurant And Bar Owners To Ask For Coronavirus Recovery Package In Meeting At CapitolRestaurant and bar owners across the state are taking their fight to Harrisburg.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Officials Begin Providing Unemployed With Extra $600 Per WeekSome extra money is coming to those on unemployment.
Pennsylvania House Approves Bill To End Requirement That Students Attend 180 Days Of SchoolThe state House unanimously approved a bill that would end the requirement that students attend 180 days of school.
Pennsylvania Senate Votes To Devote Mansion To Veterans, Guard FamiliesPennsylvania state senators have voted unanimously to transfer control of what had been the lieutenant governor's residence at Fort Indiantown Gap to the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
2 Pennsylvania Lawmakers Plan To Introduce Heartbeat BillRepublican Senators Doug Mastriano and Stephanie Borowicz of Central Pennsylvania plan to propose legislation that forbids doctors from performing an abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected.
Bill Seeks To Get Personal Finance Into Pennsylvania SchoolsLegislation is on the move in Pennsylvania to require public schools to allow students to apply personal finance class credits toward high school graduation requirements.
Prosecutor Won't Charge Ex-Lawmaker From Butler County Over Sex Assault ClaimA county prosecutor won't charge a state lawmaker who resigned amid an investigation into an allegation that he sexually assaulted a woman.