AG Josh Shapiro Heads Into Reelection Year With $3M In AccountPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro will report that he headed into his 2020 reelection year with more than $3 million in his campaign bank account.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Anti-Child Sexual Abuse Measures Into LawPennsylvania has enacted a law to give future victims of child sexual abuse more time to sue, and to end time limits for authorities to file criminal charges.
AG Shapiro Files Brief Saying Indiana Unconstitutionally Denied Women Safe Abortion CareAttorney General Josh Shapiro and 15 other attorneys general filed a brief in an effort to make it easier for women to access safe abortion care.
AG Shapiro Files Suit Challenging Trump Administration's Public Charge RuleAttorney General Josh Shapiro has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration's public charge rule.
Pa. Attorney General Announces Payday Loan Relief SettlementState Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced a relief program for those affected by an illegal payday loan scheme.
AG Shapiro Critical Of Catholic Compensation Program And Arbitrary DeadlineState Attorney General Josh Shapiro said the diocese arbitrary deadline is a false choice.
UPMC-Highmark Agree To 10-Year ContractUPMC-Highmark has agreed to enter a ten-year contract that will extend access to UPMC facilities for Highmark-insured patients.
Former ITT Tech Students Eligible For Millions In Debt Relief In Multistate SettlementRelief is on the way for former ITT Tech students harmed by abusive lending practices.
Attorney General's Office Reaches Settlement With Deceptive Pest Control CompanyAttorney General Josh Shapiro's office has reached a settlement with a pest control company accused of deceiving customers in the Pittsburgh area.
Pa. House Approves Tougher Rules On Child Sexual Abuse ReportingThe Pennsylvania House is approving tougher penalties for people who don't report suspicions about repeated child sexual abuse.
Bus Driver Who Transported Minors To Sporting Events Arrested On Felony Child Predator ChargesAn Allegheny County bus driver was arrested Monday on felony child predator charges.
AG Shapiro Announces Resources For Students Affected By Art Institute ClosureAttorney General Josh Shapiro wants to make sure former Art Institute of Pittsburgh students know about resources that are available.
Pa. AG Opens Probe Into Pipeline Plagued By Spills, Improper ConstructionPennsylvania's attorney general is opening an investigation into a $2.5 billion natural gas liquids pipeline across southern Pennsylvania that's been plagued by spills of drilling fluid and improper construction methods.
PWSA To Stand Trial On Charges It Violated Pa. Safe Drinking Water ActThe Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority will stand trial on charges it violated the state's safe drinking water act.
AG Shapiro Sues Verizon After Amazon Promotion IssuesPennsylvania's Attorney General is suing Verizon, saying the company failed to deliver promised incentive items to consumers who enrolled in certain two-year contracts with the company.