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Two Pennsylvania Senators have reintroduced legislation aimed at removing the cloak of mystery around prescription drug pricing
A 14-month moratorium on work searches expires July 18, meaning claimants must participate in job searches during the week prior.
The state’s universal masking mandate will remain in place until 70% of residents age 18 and older become fully vaccinated, however.
Proposed interstate bridge tolls to help pay for replacing the state’s aging and deteriorating bridges is being debated in the state legislature.
Public health officials in Pennsylvania are saying they will not follow in New York’s footsteps and adopt vaccine passports.
The news comes nearly four months after the state rolled out its immunization effort for 4 million residents under Phase 1A.
Voters would decide if the General Assembly should replace the levy with a combination of state and local sales and income taxes.
Wolf’s focus on pushing pot shows his political savvy, according to Matthew Brouillette in this tongue-in-cheek op-ed piece.
It’s the first time a Republican member of the chamber has cosponsored the proposal – typically endorsed solely by Democrats.
Providers must administer 80% of their supply as first doses to residents covered under vaccination Phase 1A within seven days of receiving the vaccine.
Health officials testified before the House Democratic Policy Committee Monday about shortages and a “chaotic” distribution of COVID-19 vaccine.
A former romantic partner told the FBI Riley Williams took Nancy Pelosi’s computer during the attack on the Capitol Jan. 6.
The House Economic Recovery Task Force will focus on the state’s “homegrown assets, aligning them with opportunities for growth.