Gov. Tom Corbett is changing his position on medical marijuana and is backing the legalization of a marijuana extract to treat severe seizures in children.
Pennsylvania’s tax collections in the all-important month of April are lagging badly, and it’s threatening to knock Gov. Tom Corbett’s election-year budget proposal $1billion out of balance.
Governor Tom Corbett signed an executive warrant today for a man charged with killing a Philadelphia police officer in 2007.
A key state Senator says he’s giving up on the prospect that small games of chance in Pennsylvania taverns will generate projected revenue.
The Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance, which trains people to recognize and report suspected child abuse, says the bills contain provisions that are critical to improving how abuse is reported to authorities.
Governor Corbett is frustrated over negotiations with the federal government.
Governor Corbett says he sees nothing wrong with states conducting their own review.
Governor Corbett is proposing a new approach to job search requirements as he negotiates with the Obama administration over his alternative proposal to expansion of Medicaid.
Governor Corbett says he thinks Eric Barron will “do a good job” at the university.
Governor Corbett is relying on rosy economic projections to support the budget proposal he rolled out this past week.
PECO crews are working to restore power to thousands in the area, including in Montgomery County.
Dom Giordano got into a heated discussion this morning with Governor Tom Corbett over a program that allows Gateway Health to use funding from the Department of Public Welfare to distribute $25 Walmart gift cards to recipients for going to the dentist.
State Senator Vincent Hughes says the Philadelphia delegation is proposing spending $300 million more on schools, without a tax increase.
Unions are up in arms about legislation that would end the practice of allowing union dues, fair share fees and political contributions to be deducted from paychecks.
Governor Corbett this past week said he’ll propose ten-percent additional funding for domestic violence and rape crisis programs.