State Senate Passes Bill That Would Allow Curbside Cocktails During Coronavirus ShutdownsThe state Senate has passed a bill that could allow curbside cocktails during the coronavirus pandemic.
Inside Politics With Jon Delano: Coronavirus Leads Lawmakers To Seek Alternative Ways Of LegislatingWith medical experts telling everyone to engage in “social distancing” by not gathering in numbers in excess of ten and for those over 60 to “self-isolate,” lawmakers across the United States could soon abandon some of their most traditional practices.
Pa. State Lawmaker Hoping To Provide Help To Victims Of Domestic Violence With 'SAFE Act'A state senator is introducing the SAFE Act, which would help survivors of domestic violence.
Democrats Choose Lebanon Valley College History Professor To Run For Pa. State Senate Seat Vacated By Mike FolmerDemocrats have chosen a professor of history to run for the Pa. State Senate seat vacated by Mike Folmer.
Pa. State Senator Facing Child Pornography Charges Waives HearingThe former Pennsylvania State Senator, Mike Folmer, has waived his preliminary hearing.
State Senate Passes Bill To Raise Minimum Age For Tobacco Purchase To 21The Pennsylvania State Senate has passed a bill to raise the minimum age for buying tobacco to 21.
Pennsylvania State Senator Mike Folmer Charged With Possession Of Child PornographyA Pennsylvania State Senator is facing charges of possessing child pornography after he uploaded a photo to a popular social media website.
Shouting, Name-Calling Highlight Welfare Bill In Pennsylvania SenateThe Pennsylvania Senate devolved into partisan shouting, name-calling and bare-knuckled procedural tactics over a bill to end a decades-old program that offers $200 a month to people deemed unable to work.
State Senate Votes To Allow Local Police To Use Radar To Catch Speeding DriversThe Pennsylvania State Senate voted to allow local officers to use radar to catch drivers exceeding speed limits.
Senate Moves To Let Unaffiliated People Cast Primary VotesPennsylvania voters who aren't registered as members of a political party would have the option of participating in primary elections under a measure advanced by the state Senate.
Pa. State Senate Panel Votes To End Most Vehicle Emissions TestsIn a 9-5 party-line vote, the Pa. state Senate Transportation Committee advanced legislation that would end mandatory emissions tests.