Pennsylvania House Rejects Payroll BillThe bill would ban future contracts that call for government payroll systems to collect voluntary contributions to union PACs.
Analysis: PA Abortion Issue Plays To Both Parties’ BasesLong before the House gave final approval on Tuesday night, Democratic Governor Tom Wolf had guaranteed a veto of the abortion bill.
Fate Of PA Children's Health Insurance Program In Hands Of CongressThe legislature has now sent a bill reauthorizing the state program to Governor Wolf’s desk.
Pennsylvania Redistricting Proceedings Begin In State CourtOn Monday, a state courtroom was the setting for a second trial over alleged gerrymandering of Pennsylvania’s congressional districts.
PennDOT: Start Preparing Now For REAL IDPennDOT is advising Pennsylvania residents to start thinking now about the documents they will need to get REAL ID compliant driver’s licenses and ID cards.
PA Holds Clearance Sale As Surplus Sales Move OnlinePennsylvania is holding a going out of business sale!
MontCo Rep. Dean Latest To Challenge Lt. Gov. Stack A state House member from Montgomery County has become the latest Democrat to challenge incumbent Lt. Governor Mike Stack in next spring’s primary.
PA House Begins Debate On Natural Gas Driller TaxThe state House is expected to resume debating a proposed tax on natural gas production next month.
Wolf's LCB Borrowing Plan Challenged In CourtA different plan being pursued by Governor Wolf is now facing a court challenge.
Phila State Senator, Advocates Clash At Beverage Tax HearingA State Senate committee hearing featured a sparring match between a senator from Philadelphia who insists he does not want to overturn the city’s sweetened beverage tax and an activist who suspects lawmakers may have other ideas.
Liquor Control Board Votes To Begin Borrowing EffortsThe Liquor Control Board voted Friday to retain advisers to help implement the governor’s plan to borrow more than a billion dollars against future earnings.
Survey: Two-Thirds Of PA School Districts, Municipalities Without Cybersecurity ProfessionalAuditor General Eugene DePasquale said Thursday that the state must do a better job helping its school districts and municipalities protect their data.