The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board chairman indicated that after final oral arguments in the application process, February 26th, he hoped there would be a decision about the Philadelphia casino license within 60 days.
A key state Senator says he’s giving up on the prospect that small games of chance in Pennsylvania taverns will generate projected revenue.
In their petition for summary judgment, the plaintiffs’ attorneys argue that all eight federal courts that have ruled on the issue since a US Supreme Court ruling last summer on the federal “Defense of Marriage” Act have deemed that banning same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
With nominees for governor and other offices to be decided, Monday is the deadline to register to vote in May’s Pennsylvania primary.
With just a month to go until primary day, the four candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for governor have finally started to mix it up among themselves.
A Commonwealth Court judge has ruled that a conservative challenger Bob Guzzardi should be allowed to remain on the Republican ballot in May’s primary.
The attorney general’s office says a decision by a judge in Philadelphia means Pennsylvania will lose some tobacco settlement money, but not nearly as much as it might have.
A judge in Harrisburg has unsealed the record in the case of an aborted sting operation that ensnared several top Philadelphia Democrats.
On Monday, Governor Corbett signed three bills spurred by the Jerry Sandusky scandal and now two more – dealing with mandated reporting of child abuse – are headed to his desk.
The bill passed by the state senate would make it felony to accept cash gifts over $250. Under $250, it would be a misdemeanor.
Pennsylvania motorists notched a milestone last year: the lowest number of fatalities since record-keeping began 85 years ago.
One of the three bills signed by Gov. Corbett establishes a statewide database that will help various agencies provide and share information about child abuse cases.
Governor Corbett is frustrated over negotiations with the federal government.
Penndot officials say In some cases motorists may not see actual construction, but contracts will be bid this year because of the funding influx.
A new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows the challengers in the race for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination have failed to put a dent in the lead held by frontrunner Tom Wolf.