E-ZPass 'Feedback' Signals Disappearing From Pa. Turnpike ExchangesThe Turnpike is upgrading its E-ZPass toll technology -- and those “feedback” signals – green means your toll has been paid, yellow for low balance -- don’t fit the new scheme.
Pa. Lawmakers Seek Consensus As Clock Ticks On ‘Real ID’There’s no clear sign of agreement among state lawmakers and the governor as the deadline to act on compliance with federal ‘Real ID’ requirements draws near.
PA Senate Sends House Police Body Camera BillThe state Senate has again passed legislation to expand the use of police body cameras in Pennsylvania.
Governor Wolf To Sign EpiPen Immunity BillA spokesman says Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will sign a bill heading to his desk that would clear the way for school bus drivers and crossing guards to assist students suffering severe allergic reactions.
PA Fiscal Office: Consumer Spending Tied To Sagging RevenueThe state agency that draws up revenue projections for Pennsylvania’s government says one big reason those estimates are off is that you’re not spending your money.
Pennsylvania Budget Blues Get BluerPennsylvania revenues have been running below estimate all fiscal year long, but April, normally a big month for collections, takes the proverbial cake.
Most Pennsylvania Casinos Oppose Video Gaming TerminalsMost of Pennsylvania’s casinos are again voicing their opposition to possible legalization of thousands of video gaming terminals in taverns, restaurants and clubs and other locations.
Pennsylvania House, Senate Pass Bills On Challenges To Local Gun LawsThe state House and Senate this week each passed their own versions of legislation to revive a law that made it easier for gun rights activists and groups to sue municipalities like Philadelphia that enact their own gun restrictions.
Opponents: PA Bill Would Defund Planned ParenthoodA state Senate committee has advanced legislation that opponents say is an attempt to defund Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania.
Auditor General: Audit Of Pa. Unemployment Comp System 'Stunning'Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the state’s unemployment compensation system has suffered from incompetent management.
Pa. Lawmakers Mull Expanded Access To Post-Conviction DNA TestingA Philadelphia man who spent 25 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit was the star witness at a state Senate hearing on expanding access to DNA testing for people already convicted of crimes.
12 People Charged With Fraud Involving Hundreds Of Pa. License PlatesAttorney General Josh Shapiro has announced charges against 12 people and 14 businesses for multiple vehicle schemes that involved more than a thousand fake Pennsylvania license plates.

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