Getting a fake ID is kind of a rite of passage – but let’s take a minute to talk about the penalties of getting caught.
City Council has another hearing scheduled Thursday afternoon on its plan to overhaul how demolitions are carried out in Philadelphia, and some differences exist among the lawmakers on a few proposals.
With the election six weeks away, voter ID is still an issue.
Starting today, a new Pennsylvania ID is being made available to help potential voters get ready for the November election.
The Pennsylvania department of state predicted earlier this year that only 90,000 Pennsylvania voters were without a PennDOT photo ID. But figures released on Tuesday show they missed the mark by the hundreds of thousands.
A spokesman for the state Senate Republican leader says there’s a lot of interest in a House-passed bill that would require voter photo ID’s, but says the support of the Corbett administration doesn’t change the equation much.