He spoke Friday morning to the Texas House Democrats who fled to Washington DC to stop an election bill in their state.

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Lt. Gov. Fetterman Calls Voter ID Requirements 'Insidious And Unnecessary'He spoke Friday morning to the Texas House Democrats who fled to Washington DC to stop an election bill in their state.
Sen. Bob Casey Visits PittsburghU.S. Senator Bob Casey came to Pittsburgh Friday to promote his efforts battling child hunger. KDKA's Chris Hoffman talked to the senator.
Pittsburgh City Council Approves COVID-19 Relief Funds Spending PlanPittsburgh City Council has approved a four-year spending plan for $335 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds.
Former State Rep. Rick Saccone Expected To Run For Lieutenant GovernorA former Pennsylvania state representative says a run for lieutenant governor next year is on his radar; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Allegheny County Won't Comply With Election Audit Request From Republican Sen. Doug MastrianoA Republican state senator from the Gettysburg area who chairs a state Senate committee is asking selected counties to give up election data and equipment for what he calls a forensic audit; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
The Potential Impact Of Pennsylvania Joining RGGIElectricity rates could go up if Governor Wolf goes forward with an energy plan that links Pennsylvania to many other Northeastern states; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Retired Police Officer Tony Moreno Running For Mayor As RepublicanRetired Pittsburgh Police officer Tony Moreno has announced he will run on the Republican ticket in a bid to become the City of Pittsburgh’s next mayor.
State Senate Approves Bill To Allow Local Police To Use Radar To Catch Speeding DriversPennsylvania is the only state that does not permit local municipal police to use radar to ticket drivers who speed. As KDKA political editor Jon Delano explains, that could change with a bill that was just approved by the state Senate by a vote of 49 to 1.
Pa. Senate Passes Constitutional Amendment To Require Voters To Show IDState senators voted to amend the state constitution on election rules.
Pennsylvania House Votes For 'Vaccine Passports,' Health Secretary LimitsRepublicans in Pennsylvania's House of Representatives are moving forward with plans to ban schools and other institutions requiring COVID-19 vaccination passports.
Bipartisan Senators Reach Tentative Plan On InfrastructureDetails still need to be worked out, but a bipartisan potential plan on infrastructure has been reached by senators in Washington D.C.; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Vice President Harris Touches Down In Pittsburgh For VisitVice President Kamala Harris has arrived in Pittsburgh for a visit to promote President Biden's infrastructure plan.
Top State Senate Republican Says 2020 Election Audit Is A 'Very Real Possibility'A top Senate Republican says an audit of Pennsylvania's 2020 election is a "very real possibility."
Saying The City Needs A Moderate Voice, Marlin Woods Runs For Mayor As An IndependentVoters in Pittsburgh may have another choice for mayor this November. An East Liberty man says he is running as an independent to give voters a common-sense alternative; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge Hospitalized After StrokeFormer Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge has been hospitalized in Washington DC after suffering a stroke.
Debate In Harrisburg Centers Around How To Spend $10B In Extra MoneyThe budget battle is underway in Harrisburg. In most years, state lawmakers are fighting over how to plug a deficit. This year, the debate is over how to spend $10 billion in extra money; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Poised To Become Pittsburgh's Next Mayor, Ed Gainey Begins Meeting With Local LeadersEd Gainey has already been meeting with local leaders as he prepares to begin what will most likely be his new role as mayor of Pittsburgh in 2022; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Gov. Wolf Joins Business Owners In Call For Minimum Wage HikeGov. Tom Wolf joined business owners in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, today to call for an increase in the minimum wage.
Peduto Says He Was Caught In Political Headwinds From The Left But Leaves City Better Off For The FutureMayor Bill Peduto says he was caught in some strong political headwinds on primary election Day last Tuesday. In his first interview since his loss to Pennsylvania Rep. Ed Gainey, Peduto talked to KDKA political editor Jon Delano.
Fayette County District Attorney Opens Investigation Into Rejected BallotsThe Fayette County District Attorney is opening an investigation into ballot issues from Tuesday's primary; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Bill Peduto Reacts To Primary Election Loss To Ed GaineyIncumbent Pittsburgh mayor Peduto conceded unexpectedly to Gainey on Twitter Tuesday night; KDKA's Jennifer Borrasso reports live.
Allegheny County Sees Low Voter Turnout For Primary ElectionDespite the warm weather, many people are choosing not to show up for the primary election in Allegheny County. KDKA's Pam Surano breaks down what's at stake.
Allegheny County Election Officials Anticipate Most Results Will Be In TonightA lot has changed from the general election in November of 2020 to now. KDKA's Jennifer Borrasso is live at an elections warehouse with the latest details.
Pittsburgh Mayoral Candidates Bill Peduto, Ed Gainey Go To The Polls For Primary ElectionOne of the more closely watched election races is the Pittsburgh Mayoral Democratic primary.

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