A school mask mandate struck down today by a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge is yet another blow to Gov. Tom Wolf’s emergency authority.
LIHEAP applications and social media accountability made headlines weather turned cooler and a whistle blower leaked internal Facebook documents.
State organization objects to a letter sent by NSBA to the White House likening some parents’ behavior to “domestic terrorism.”
State senators want to make sure a proposed constitutional amendment is never again blotched as one was last year, The Center Square reports. ******** The
Ordering masks in classrooms can only be done through regulation, not exploitation of a decades-old law intended for quarantining the sick, Republicans say.
Fulton County Commission Chairman Stewart Ulsh testified before lawmakers Thursday confirming only that it did not cost taxpayers anything.
Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam last week mandated masks inside public, private and parochial schools and child care centers.
The chairs of the State Government Committee began circulating a cosponsorship memo earlier this month for a joint election reform plan.
A school mask mandate is needed to protect public school students, Gov. Tom Wolf said Wednesday, and he wants the state legislature to step in.
Vaccinate or test before Sept. 7 is the word for some state workers from Gov. Tom Wolf, according to this story from The Center Square.
Legislators will not extend Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s opioid disaster declaration when it expires, leaders from the House and Senate said.
Drivers on the Pennsylvania Turnpike can expect toll increases through 2050 But those increases will come at a slower rate.
Senate leaders say the Department of State’s “aggressive move” to decertify Fulton County’s voting machines sows deeper distrust among skeptical residents.
A key panel endorsed Pennsylvania’s entry into a carbon emissions reduction program scheduled for early next year over Republican objections.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf made good on a promise to veto an election reform bill that crossed his desk Wednesday.
Pennsylvania lawmakers opted for a budget Friday that saves most of the state’s $10 billion in tax surplus and federal stimulus.
A poll from Franklin & Marshall College indicates a majority of residents support voter ID laws and signature verification on ballots.
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.