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Poll: Pennsylvania Voters' Support For Gun Control At All-Time HighFranklin and Marshall College Poll Director Terry Madonna says 72 percent of registered Pennsylvania voters believe there should be more general regulation of guns.
Analyst: Better Economy Means Better Poll Numbers For TrumpDespite the controversies surrounding him, President Trump’s national poll numbers have been ticking up lately.
Key Republican: Pa. Senate GOP Leaders "Open" To Redistricting ReformThe panel’s chairman says it’s not just idle chatter.
Key Pa. Senator: 'Optimism' For This Budget SeasonRepublican Pat Browne, chairman of the state Senate Appropriations Committee, says revenue collections are on target and running about a billion dollars above last year at this time.
Domestic Violence Bills Clear Pennsylvania SenateThe state Senate has advanced a package of seven bills to tackle domestic violence in Pennsylvania.
Chesco State Senator: Sunoco Turning People Against PipelinesDemocrat Andy Dinniman of Chester County argued that Sunoco’s troubles with Mariner East are making that notion a tough sell with the public.
Embattled Delaware County Lawmaker Won't Seek Re-ElectionState Rep. Nick Miccarelli said in a statement Wednesday that he's decided to remove his name from the ballot.
State Rep. Moves To Impeach PA Supreme Court Justices Who Imposed Congressional MapMax Baer was the lone Democratic state Supreme Court justice who dissented on the ruling to impose new Congressional boundaries.
Murky Future For Push To Reduce Pa. Legislature SizeBefore it goes to voters, the proposed state Constitutional amendment must be approved by the House and Senate in two consecutive two-year sessions.
Update To Pennsylvania Organ Donation Law Remains ContentiousState lawmakers continue to grapple with legislation that would update Pennsylvania’s organ donation laws. 
House Leaders Send Report On Delaware County Rep To Harrisburg District AttorneyWhile that probe is now complete, a statement released Wednesday claimed details were to remain confidential.
'Clean Slate' Advances In Pennsylvania LegislatureThe clean slate legislation builds on a law enacted in 2016 that allowed individuals convicted of low-level, non-violent misdemeanors to petition a court to have the record sealed.

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