Tom Wolf’s election signals the likely end of the state’s controversial alternative to Medicaid expansion.
A second Pennsylvania state official has stepped down in the wake of the scandal surrounding some pornographic emails exchanged among a number of state officials.
Gov. Corbett is expected to sign a bill intended to prevent deaths from drug overdoses by giving a break to family members or companions who assist victims.
Officials say most low-income families can’t afford the rent in Center City.
A half-million more low-income Pennsylvanians are in line to get federally funded health insurance after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services approved the state’s plan,
The School Reform Commission and Superintendent William Hite are scheduled to make an announcement Friday about the future of the cash-strapped school district.
While the US House has voted to sue President Obama for allegedly overstepping is authority, Governor Corbett could find himself in the same situation – as the target of a lawsuit brought by a state Senate controlled by his own Republican party.
Corbett says one of his main concerns is the health risks that may be posed by the children.
Governor Tom Corbett’s strategy of dealing with the legislature is being scrutinized after his decision to veto part of the new state budget riled leaders of his own party.
About two dozen mothers, grandmothers, nurses and small children are in the Pennsylvania Capitol to ask state senators to advance medical marijuana legislation.
Governor Corbett says he’s not linking the budget to pension reform, but again calls for action on that issue
The state budget crisis is in full swing as a new Franklin and Marshall College poll is released by Terry Madonna, talk about timing.
The mayor says Governor Corbett is using Philadelphia children as pawns to get other state issues approved, in order for the schools to get more funding.
Democrats have swatted down a proposal by Governor Corbett to link votes for public pension reform to Philadelphia school funding.
A small group of activists seeking more money for Pennsylvania’s public schools staged a sit-in protest outside Gov. Tom Corbett’s office.