Gov. Wolf Calls For Universal Lead Testing For InfantsGov. Tom Wolf is calling on lawmakers to enact legislation that would provide for universal lead testing of all infants in Pennsylvania.
What Will The House Do? It's Pennsylvania's $2B QuestionThe question of what Pennsylvania's House Republican majority will do about a $2.2 billion hole in the state budget is sending ripples of worry through some quarters.
Gov. Wolf To Trump: 'Americans Deserve Better'Gov. Tom Wolf is criticizing President Donald Trump's comment at a news conference that "there's blame on both sides" for last weekend's violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.
State To Reduce Amount Of Time Dedicated To Mandatory PSSA Tests In SchoolsSome welcome changes are coming for local schools. Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday that the required PSSA tests will be reduced.
Demonstrators, Politicians React To Va. White Nationalist RallyDemonstrators across the country took to the streets in response to the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville on Saturday, as politicians took to Twitter to voice their opinions.
Wolf Urges State House To Act On Revenue PackageLate last month, the state Senate passed a measure to close the $2.2 billion budget gap, and now Governor Wolf is pressuring the House to move forward.
Governor Wolf: 'Comfortable With Communications' As Revenue Discussions Trundle OnGovernor Wolf continues to put forth a brave face as the effort to fund the state’s new budget remains in limbo.
Taxes, Borrowing & Gaming At The Heart Of Pa. Budget ImpassePennsylvania has a new budget but still no plan to pay for it.
Pa. Budget Revenue Talks Grind OnWhile no increases in sales or income taxes have been proposed, other taxes have been discussed
At Pa. Capitol, Budget Negotiations Drag OnThe state Senate returned to session Monday but ended up with nothing to show for it.
Unbalanced Pa. State Budget Bill Becomes LawPennsylvania's $32 billion state budget bill became law Tuesday, even though it is badly out of balance.
Pa. Budget In Limbo As Midnight Deadline For Revenue Plan NearsWolf has until midnight to sign the budget, allow it to become law without signing it, or veto it in whole or in part.
Wolf OKs Bill Removing Police Videos From Open Records LawA new Pennsylvania law is in place that exempts police audio and video recordings from the Right-to-Know Law, leaving the release of those records largely to the discretion of police.
Wolf Says Pennsylvania Won't Help Trump Voter Fraud GroupPennsylvania's Democratic governor says he's not going to cooperate with a presidential commission looking into voting fraud, but the Trump administration can purchase publicly available voter lists.
Much Up In The Air As Budget Deadline LoomsCurrently, lawmakers and the governor are facing a big budget deficit with no clear answers about how to close it.