Pennsylvania House Approves Veto-Bound Bill Designed To Block Local Gun LawsThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives advanced a bill that will be vetoed that would force cities to repeal firearm restrictions.
Former Chief Justice Stephen A. Zappala Sr., Father Of District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr., Passes AwayFormer Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Stephen A. Zappala Sr. passed away on Friday.
Multiple Republican Candidates Vying For Open Pennsylvania Supreme Court SeatOne seat on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is up for election this year, and there is a heated battle for the Republican nomination.
Fight Over Guns, Gun Control, And Lawsuits Featured Prominently In Pa. Supreme Court RaceThe fight over gun rights is one that is prominently featured in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court race.
Charles McCullough, Ex-County Councilman And Husband Of High Court Candidate, Begins Prison SentenceThe husband of a Pennsylvania appellate court judge who is running for the state’s highest court began serving a prison sentence Tuesday in a long-running case, authorities said.
State Supreme Court Rejects 11th-Hour Petition From Former Allegheny Co. Councilman Convicted Of TheftThe state Supreme Court rejected an 11th-hour petition from former Allegheny County Councilman Charles McCullough.
Pennsylvania Court Again Backs Limits On Abortion CoveragePlanned Parenthood and other operators of abortion clinics lost in court on Friday in their bid to reverse a decades-old Pennsylvania court decision upholding limits on the use of state Medicaid dollars to cover the cost of abortions.
Candidates File For Pa. Supreme Court OpeningSeveral candidates have filed petitions to appear on the primary ballot for the Pa. Supreme Court vacancy.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Outlines Plans To Step DownThe chief justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said Monday he will relinquish that title to a colleague in a few months but stay on the court until his full retirement at year’s end.
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Appeal On Ballots From Pennsylvania RepublicansThe Supreme Court denied an appeal from Republicans challenging a decision that allowed ballots received up to three days after Election Day to be counted to accommodate challenges by the coronavirus pandemic.
Constitutional Amendment To Change The Way Voters Elect Statewide Judges Splits Some RepublicansA proposed Constitutional amendment to change the way Pennsylvania elects state judges may be on the spring ballot, if some Republican lawmakers get their way.