Congressman Guy Reschenthaler Says Election Subpoenas Is A 'State Issue'Rep. Guy Reschenthaler called the Pennsylvania GOP's subpoena of voting records a "state issue" and said he'll leave it to the statehouse and senate.
Report: Pennsylvania State Senate Developing Online Tool To Increase TransparencyAn online tool will give citizens the opportunity to see how much senators collect for meals, lodging, and office expenses.
Pa. State Senate Passes Bill Allowing Local Police To Use Radar For Enforcing Speed LimitsMany local police departments across the state could soon use radar to enforce speed limits with a pending bill in the legislature, but it still has a few steps to go through before becoming law.
Pennsylvania State Senate To Vote On Ending Gov. Wolf's Pandemic Disaster DeclarationOn Thursday morning the State Senate will vote on possibly ending Gov. Wolf's pandemic disaster declaration.
Pa. Attorney General And Senate Democrats Reveal Bills To Hold Negligent Frackers AccountableA bill from Pennsylvania State Senate Democrats seeks to hold fracking companies that are negligent accountable.
State Senate Advances Bill That Would Ban COVID-19 Vaccine Passports In PennsylvaniaThere's a new push in Harrisburg to halt the possibility of vaccine passports being used here in Pennsylvania.
Pa. Senate Holding Hearing Over COVID-19 Contract Tracing Data BreachPennsylvania's State Senate is taking action today, even though the state has already canceled a contract with a third-party vendor who's responsible for a data breach of health records for 72,000 people in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Senate Republicans Pass Bill Halting PennDOT's Plan To Toll Nine BridgesA bill passed through the Pennsylvania State Senate would halt PennDOT's plan to toll 9 bridges across Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Senate Advances Child Sex Abuse Lawsuit WindowFor the first time, prominent Republican state senators on Wednesday put their support behind legislation in Pennsylvania to change the law to allow now-adult victims of child sexual abuse to sue the perpetrators or institutions that did not prevent it when it happened years or decades ago.
Westmoreland County Commissioner Wants To Eliminate Permanent Mail-In Voting OptionDouglas Chew testified before the state senate, saying he wanted to eliminate the option for permanent mail-in ballots.
Pa. Lawmakers Restart Amendment Process On Child Sex Abuse SuitsState lawmakers restarted the process to allow now-adult victims of child sexual abuse to bring lawsuits against their abusers.