Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Christine Brann, of Hershey, Pa. (at microphone in photo), is the mother of a young son with a severe form of epilepsy. She believes medical marijuana is the only course of treatment left to her son.
Governor Corbett has joined all 49 other governors in sending a letter to President Obama opposing cuts to the Army National Guard.
Even if legally married in another state, the commonwealth’s web site warns, each person in a same-sex marriage must file separately in Pennsylvania.
The pair sought the license but officials with the Philadelphia Marriage License Bureau say they’re sympathetic to the request but must wait for courts to rule on the issue in Pennsylvania.
The governor says the Guard has 14 four-wheel-drive ambulances available to support civilian EMTs in areas of the state hardest hit by the storm.
Republican Gov. Tom Corbett is lauding the turnaround of Pennsylvania’s economy during the four years he was in office.
State representative Brian Simms applauds the governor’s announcement — even if it appears to be a move to gain support for reëlection.
Governor Tom Corbett says proper disposal of unused prescription drugs is important not just to stop abuse but to keep them out of the environment.
A PGW official says about 40 percent of its eligible customers don’t apply for the program. The reason is unclear.
Raising the speed limit in Pennsylvania is not a new idea. But the support of a leader like Republican state senator Joe Scarnati, the president pro tempore of the state senate, could be a game changer.
Montgomery County solicitor Ray McGarry announced today that he would file an appeal on behalf of county register of wills D. Bruce Hanes.
Several dozen members of the community showed up to thank register of wills Bruce Hanes for the bold step he’s taken in issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples.
Montgomery County Solicitor Ray McGarry filed a response to a lawsuit challenging the Register of Wills Bruce Hanes’ decision to grant same-sex marriage licenses.
The Pennsylvania version of the law, modeled on the Florida statue that was the centerpiece of the Trayvon Martin case, was modified to account for some perceived shortcomings in the Florida version.
“We want to take that big abstract number — 700,000 — and show these are real faces, these are real lives,” said one demonstration leader.