Pa. House of Representatives

Delaware County Republican Bill Adolph, the House Appropriations chairman (right) and Joe Markosek, ranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee (left) at Monday hearing. (credit: Tony Romeo/KYW)

Pa. State House Appropriations Committee Kicks Off Weeks Of Hearings On Gov. Wolf’s Budget Proposal

Battle lines are taking shape as the Republican-controlled state House held the first day of hearings on Democratic Governor Tom Wolf’s ambitious budget proposal.


Proposed Creation Of Alzheimer’s Panel Moves Forward In Pa.

The proposed creation of a statewide panel on Alzheimer’s disease has been approved by the state House of Representatives.


(The dome of the Pennsylvania state capitol, in Harrisburg.  File photo)

Guns No Longer Allowed For Pa. House Security Guards

The security guards for the Pennsylvania state Senate in Harrisburg do not carry firearms, and the House security guards didn’t either, until a few years ago.


(Angel Ortiz discusses a demographic map of Philadelphia.  Photo by Karin Phillips)

Philadelphia Latinos Plan Anti-Gerrymander Redistricting Fight

A coalition of Latino leaders in Philadelphia say it’s time to change the current redistricting process that is diluting the city’s Latino vote.


Perzel Corruption Case Inches Forward In Harrisburg

Former Pennsylvania House speaker John Perzel is charged with theft, conflict of interest, and other offenses.