Governor Tom Wolf is calling on Kathleen Kane to step down as attorney general after criminal charges were filed against her.
Speaking with Talk Radio 1210 WPHT’s Dom Giordano, Benefield referenced that Wolf has been identified as one of the most liberal governors in America.
Artist Nathaniel Lee with the Mural Arts program is leading a team of volunteers in restoring the mural.
Gov. Tom Wolf is preparing to name his pick to lead the Pennsylvania State Police, a decision sure to be closely scrutinized after his initial choice became the first such nominee to be voted down in recent memory.
NJ’s Largest Teachers Union Supports Sweeney’s Proposal To Push For Federal Loans To Help State Pension Plans
Sweeney has insisted his proposed trillion dollar fund for troubled states to tap into is not a bailout.
Sweeney’s plan? Go to the feds, but not for a bailout.
He reports some very scandalous stories in the book, including allegations of former President Clinton carrying out liaisons with another women when his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is not around.
Speaking at Harrisburg’s monthly Press Club luncheon, Allegheny County Republican Mike Turzai, the speaker of the state House, continued to defend the GOP-passed budget vetoed by the governor.
Medical marijuana was on a fast track in the Pennsylvania Senate. But the speaker of the House says concerns of medical experts must be fully understood before there is action in his chamber.
Governor Wolf says he vetoed the GOP-budget nearly a month ago, in part because it continues a school-funding system, that relies, he says, too little on state funding, and too much on local or property taxes.
The festivities kicked off at Dilworth Park with speakers and live performances by musicians with disabilities.
All five losing primary candidates endorsed Kenney on Thursday.
Jim Foster, publisher and editor of the “Independent Voice” neighborhood newspaper in the northwest, says he plans to get his name on the November mayoral ballot as an Independent.
Democratic Governor Tom Wolf and Republican legislative leaders say talks Tuesday on Pennsylvania’s three week-old budget stalemate were productive, but there were no breakthroughs reported.
Republican Dave Reed, the state House majority leader, admits mailboxes in Pennsylvania are being filled by people on both sides of the budget debate, but he notes the pro-Wolf mailers go to GOP lawmakers, too.