Under the law, gun owners no longer had to show they were harmed by an ordinance to challenge it, and it let “membership organizations” like the NRA sue on behalf of any Pennsylvania member. It also allowed them to recover damages if they are successful.
They would have to have a placard indicating the items were baked in a kitchen and were not subject to inspection by the state Health Department.
Who wants to get drunk and have the cops pay for it?
For no reason whatsoever last week, 24-year-old Shane Carey was savagely beaten in Center City Philadelphia by a group of thugs. The beating left him with a fractured jaw. The story has gotten very little media attention, barely a blip on the radar.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald called it “a movement by the right-wing evangelical Christians across the country basically to impose Christianity” in public buildings.
District Attorney Seth Williams and other officials held a press conference to bring attention to a bill sitting in the state House and Senate.
Those tuned into Wednesday afternoon’s Dick Morris Program with Gary R’nel heard Dick’s frustration with Congress’ inability to curb President Obama from using Executive Orders.
How will these new rules impact you down the road? 3 O Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan takes a look.
Even if your cell phone is on the “Do Not Call” list you could still be getting hounded by unwanted calls and marketing messages.
The parents of a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl who has been waiting for a lung transplant for a year and a half are calling for a change in the policy governing organ transplants.
Shoppers in the U.S. will soon have more information about where their meat comes from after new federal labeling rules went into effect Thursday.
Efforts to combat dog fighting got a big boost in a New Jersey assembly committee, which has cleared a bill that tightens animal cruelty laws in the state.
Pennsylvanians are lining up to buy firearms in the aftermath of the Connecticut school shootings, but dealers say gun owners’ anxiety over a potential gun-control crackdown was driving up sales before the Sandy Hook massacre.
Human trafficking victims and their advocates plan to testify before an Assembly committee that’s due to consider legislation that aims to end the practice in New Jersey.
With the election six weeks away, voter ID is still an issue.