State Lawmaker Wants To Repeal No-Excuse Mail-In Voting In Pa. Used By 2.6 Million Pennsylvanians This FallA Republican state representative near Altoona wants to repeal the law that allows no-excuse mail-in voting in Pennsylvania.
Attorneys Say Your Employer Can Require You To Get Coronavirus VaccineCan your employer require you to get vaccinated as a condition of employment?
Failure To Shovel Snow Off Your Sidewalk Risks Fines And LawsuitsThe first snow of the season also means it's time to pull out the shovels and snowblowers.
As Bill Cosby's Sex Assault Conviction Appeal Goes Before Pa. Supreme Court, Defense Attorneys Say Ruling Could Affect ManyPennsylvania's highest court questioned whether Bill Cosby's alleged history of intoxicating and sexually assaulting young women amounted to a signature crime pattern, given studies that show as many as half of all sexual assaults involve drugs or alcohol.
Rep. Mike Kelly And Sean Parnell To Appeal Pa. Supreme Court Loss Over Mail-In Ballots To SCOTUSRep. Mike Kelly and GOP candidate Sean Parnell are asking the Supreme Court of the United States to hold a hearing on their appeal claiming Act 72 was unconstitutional.
Support For Shops On Small Business Saturday More Critical Than EverOver $19 billion was spent on Small Business Saturday last year, and small business owners are hoping you won't forget them this year.
Judge Orders Halt To Further Vote Certification, Prompting Quick Appeal To Pennsylvania Supreme CourtA Pennsylvania appeals court judge ordered state officials on Wednesday to halt any further steps toward certifying election results.
Ziccarelli Asks Pa.'s Supreme Court To Reconsider Vote-By-Mail Decision; Kelly-Parnell Lawsuit Gets Challenged By Republicans And Democrats
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Certain Mail-In Ballots Without Declaration Dates May Be CountedThe state Supreme Court has ruled that Allegheny County should count mail-in ballots that were received by Election Day even though the voters failed to date the outside envelope of their ballot.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers May Tap Into Coronavirus Relief Funds To Balance State BudgetPennsylvania still has not spent $1.3 billion received under the federal CARES Act to deal with the coronavirus pandemic relief.
Rep Mike Kelly's Bill Would Require States To Start Counting Mail-In Ballots Before Election DayU.S. Rep. Mike Kelly has introduced a bill that would require states to start counting mail-in ballots before Election Day.
Allegheny County Judge Rules Certain Mail-In Ballots Without Declaration Dates May Be Counted, But State Supreme Court Will DecideAn Allegheny County judge ruled on Wednesday that 2,349 mail-in ballots can be counted because they were received by Election Day even though the voters failed to date the outside envelope of their ballot.
Rudy Giuliani Appears In Pa. Court As Trump's Attorney Argues Mail-In Votes Should Be DisqualifiedA federal court held a hearing Tuesday afternoon on the Trump campaign's claim that mail-in ballots should not be counted in Allegheny County and several other counties in the state.
Trump Campaign Says It Hasn't Withdrawn Its Pa. Claims, Still Wants Some Mail-In Ballots Disqualified
Pittsburgh Region Loses Clout In State House While Gaining In State SenateWith the resignation this year of House Speaker Mike Turzai and the defeat last week of Democratic House Leader Frank Dermody, many worry this region is losing its clout in Harrisburg.