News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | June 20Chris talks about today's Special Election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District, a Supreme Court decision denying trademark protection of terms that denigrate the living or deceased, the U2 concert in Philadelphia Sunday, and freedom of speech on the radio. Chris talks to Bruce Bond, former radio talk show host for WTPA in Harrisburg about his recent departure in light of Trump discussion on air.
PA House Approves Bill To Sell State's Liquor Wholesale SystemHouse Republicans on Tuesday pushed ahead a set of changes to how alcohol is sold in the state, moving to privatize wholesale wine and spirits sales and expand the retail outlets where booze is available.
PA Nurse Practitioners Renew Push For Full Practice AuthorityNurse practitioners descended on the state Capitol today to renew their push for legislation that would give them full authority to practice medicine.
Harmony Prevails As Vazquez Takes Oath In Contested 197th PA House ElectionA battle is looming over the recent special election in North Philadelphia’s 197th state House district, but it was all sweetness and light when Emilio Vazquez was sworn into office this past week.
PA Senate Revives Bill On Challenges To Local Gun LawsA state Senate committee has again advanced legislation to revive a law – struck down by a court ruling.
PennDOT To Announce Highway Maintenance And Preservation InitiativeThe state’s transportation secretary told lawmakers on Monday that PennDOT will announce a major highway maintenance and preservation effort.
PA Lawmakers Tangle Over Allegations of Election FraudAs Pennsylvania budget hearings began Tuesday, the testimony of the state’s top elections official became a proxy fight over President Trump’s allegations of voter fraud.
Wolf: 'Different Tone' In Budget ProcessGovernor Wolf says he believes both Republicans and Democrats believe discussions are starting out from a “far better place” than they did in previous years.
PA Senate Sends Sanctuary City Bill To HouseThe Pennsylvania Senate on Tuesday sent to the House a bill aimed at cracking down on Philadelphia and other “sanctuary” municipalities in the state.
Sanctuary City Legislation Advances In Pennsylvania SenateA State Senate committee Monday advanced legislation to punish Philadelphia and other municipalities that have declared themselves “sanctuary cities.”
PA Senate Committee Revives Abortion BillVoting along party lines, a bill to ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy has cleared its first hurdle in the new session of the Pennsylvania legislature.
PA Lawmakers Revive Debate On Controversial IssuesIn the opening weeks of the new session of the Pennsylvania legislature, lawmakers are reopening debate on issues that were hotly contested in their previous two-year session.