Pennsylvania Lawmaker Charged With DUI Near State CapitolA Pennsylvania state lawmaker is facing driving-under-the-influence charges after being pulled over in suburban Harrisburg following a session day in the Capitol.
House Approves Bill To Sell State's Liquor Wholesale SystemThe state House is giving its approval to a plan to lease and eventually sell off the state's wholesale system for wine and spirits, a change that opponents say could spell the end of state-owned liquor stores.
State Jobless Center Workers Being Laid Off In Funding FightHundreds of state employees caught in an unemployment compensation program funding dispute between Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration and Senate Republicans spent their last day on the job Monday before they qualify for jobless benefits themselves.
Hundreds Get Layoff Notices In Jobless Centers Funding FightLayoff notices are going out to more than 500 Pennsylvania state employees because of a dispute over additional state funding for unemployment compensation services.
Pennsylvania Senator Aims To Repeal Abortion Clinic LawA Pennsylvania senator has announced he will seek repeal of a 2011 law that imposed expensive facility and staff expansions on clinics that perform abortions.
Pennsylvania Advances Bill To Regulate Fantasy SportsA Pennsylvania House of Representatives committee is advancing legislation that would regulate and tax daily fantasy sports betting in the state.
License Plate Stickers May Be Out In 2017, Or Maybe NotPennsylvania is set to phase out the rectangular registration stickers on license plates by the end of 2016, so long as the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) does not convince lawmakers to reverse legislation.
State House Republicans Push Wolf Taxes To Unanimous DefeatA measure combining all of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed tax increases went down unanimously Monday in the state House, but Republicans and Democrats had much different reasons for voting against it.