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.
The chairs of the State Government Committee began circulating a cosponsorship memo earlier this month for a joint election reform plan.
Pennsylvania lawmakers opted for a budget Friday that saves most of the state’s $10 billion in tax surplus and federal stimulus.
Two Pennsylvania Senators have reintroduced legislation aimed at removing the cloak of mystery around prescription drug pricing
The Southcentral Camp Cadet Virtual Experience was created as a way to keep everyone safe while giving local youth a chance to benefit from the program.
The House Economic Recovery Task Force will focus on the state’s “homegrown assets, aligning them with opportunities for growth.
The resolution comes as the nation awaits a SCOTUS ruling on Texas v. Pennsylvania, a lawsuit attempting to throw out nail-in ballots in the Keystone State.
Given that the House won’t meet before the Electoral College gathers to pick the next president House Republicans will not return to session this year, a move that appears to preclude any possibility of lawmakers interceding in the 2020 election.
Central Pennsylvania bar and restaurant owners want Pennsylvania’s legislature to override Gov. Wolf’s veto of HB 2513
The frustrated majority party concedes state law will likely continue thwarting their ongoing efforts to roll back the administration’s mandates. Unless legislative Democrats join the resistance, too.
The state legislature has a plan to make it easier for the average homeowner to cash in on the solar energy fad: community solar panels.
Everyone in attendance at an event count toward the 25 person indoor and 250 person outdoor limit including the players and their coaches.
“There’s back and forth and I think there’s a real interest in having a conversation. This isn’t a one-sided conversation.
Thwarted by court rulings and vetoes, Republicans in the legislature unhappy with Gov. Tom Wolf’s response to the coronavirus pandemic are plotting two new efforts to curtail his emergency powers.
The idea, according to their cosponsorship memos, is to use funds available to the state from the federal CARES Act to give as many as 500,000 Pennsylvania families $1,000 each to use for education-related expenses.
There is no mandated timeline for a ruling, but the high court uses King’s Bench jurisdiction only for matters of “immediate public concern,” so the ruling should come soon.