PA Senate Considering Gov. Wolf’s Nominee For AGThey’ll return Tuesday to consider the governor’s nomination of Bruce Beemer.
Christie Jokes About Life After Leaving Office...Or Does He?The New Jersey Governor has a little over 16 months left in his term.
Former Rep Fires Back At Philadelphia City ControllerDesiree Peterkin-Bell plans to file a defamation lawsuit against Alan Butkovitz.
Governor Tom Wolf On Kane Resignation: 'Her Decision Is The Right One'Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf released a statement after Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced her resignation.
Poll Of Likely Voters In PA Shows Senate Race In Dead HeatThe poll shows Democratic challenger Katie McGinty and incumbent Republican Pat Toomey pretty much neck-and-neck.
Summit Suggested Over TTF Impasse In New JerseyWith New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund impasse now well into its second month, the state Assembly Speaker has suggested a summit with all sides to bring about an accord of some sort.
NJ Pols Plant Seeds For Governor At DNCThere are no less than five potential candidates for Governor next year.
Wolf Signs Bill Allowing Production Of Industrial HempA new law is on the books that could eventually lead to the return of the production of industrial hemp in Pennsylvania.
Governor Wolf Signs Compromise Pennsylvania Revenue PlanPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has signed a bill that would raise tobacco taxes and impose sales taxes on digital downloads. The state House and Senate passed a revenue package Wednesday afternoon that will fund the new budget that took effect earlier this week.
Wolf Withholds Signature On Budget Pending Revenue PackageThe governor says he won’t sign it until there’s a plan to pay for it.
Pentagon Ends Transgender BanThe Pentagon said Thursday it was ending the ban on transgender people being able to serve openly in the U.S. military.
Supreme Court's Decision On Abortion Sends Ripples Through PennsylvaniaPennsylvania lawmakers in favor of keeping abortion clinics open are talking about the impact the US Supreme Court's decision will have on state law.