A former eight-term state lawmaker from Lancaster County is Gov. Tom Corbett’s new legislative affairs secretary.
Gov. Tom Corbett’s longtime spokesman, Kevin Harley, is taking a new job outside of state government.
The conservative majority of the House GOP caucus has proven that it can win elections and get results in the Pennsylvania state Capitol.
A memorial service is scheduled for William Warren Scranton on Aug. 14 in the northeastern Pennsylvania city named after his family.
The judge in Pennsylvania’s voter-identification law trial cleared the courtroom Tuesday so lawyers could spar in private over how many voters may have been unable to obtain an acceptable photo IDs before last year’s election.
One big reason is that Republican leaders of the GOP-controlled House said they didn’t want to deal with alcohol privatization on a piecemeal basis.
It’s the state’s turn to make its case that Pennsylvania’s voter identification law conforms to the state constitution.
laintiffs challenging the constitutionality of Pennsylvania’s new voter identification law presented their final witnesses Tuesday in an effort to convince a state judge that it cannot be implemented without disenfranchising large numbers of voters.
A state Commonwealth Court trial on Pennsylvania’s voter-identification law is slated to resume Monday.
Authorities say a police chief in Pennsylvania has been charged with driving under the influence.
Sales were up more than six-percent — almost $219-million. However, profits were up by just a fraction of that amount – only $6-million.
A sportsmen’s group has asked a federal judge to throw out the state’s long-standing ban on Sunday hunting, claiming it interferes with hunters’ religious rights and their right to bear arms.
Plaintiffs seeking to overturn Pennsylvania’s voter-identification law zeroed in Thursday on a few dozen registered voters who sought, but did not receive, photo ID cards before last year’s presidential election as examples of how voters could be disenfranchised if the law takes effect.
Amtrak officials have announced that passengers traveling on Amtrak and commuter trains on the Northeast Corridor should expect delays due to the heat.
A statistics expert defended his estimate that “hundreds of thousands” of Pennsylvania voters lack the photo identification they need to vote under a temporarily suspended state law whose constitutionality is on trial in a state court.