The state Senate has voted unanimously to send the House a bill that would eliminate the parental rights of offenders in cases where a child is conceived by rape.
It’s been an up and down week for budget negotiations in the state capitol and Wednesday the situation took another downturn.
As budget negotiations heat up a week before the deadline, leaders of the Republican-controlled legislature are sending out some mixed signals on their position.
Lawmakers returned to the state capitol with a budget deadline looming, and developments on Monday do not bode well for meeting that June 30th deadline.
The new restrictions apply to birds headed to live markets, and to eggs destined for facilities where they are broken open and processed.
Pennsylvania lawmakers return to the capitol today and may not leave until there is a new budget…whenever that is.
A commission empaneled to examine a potential overhaul Pennsylvania’s public school funding formula has revealed its long-awaited recommendations.
With the deadline now less than two weeks off, a new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows most Pennsylvanians continue to support Governor Wolf’s budget proposals.
The state House has sent the Senate a bill designed to ease some background check requirements for people who work with children in Pennsylvania.
The chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission says January is when the conversion to all electronic tolling is expected to begin with a pilot program at the Delaware River Bridge.
The state Senate has approved a bill to reauthorize and increase the state’s 911 surcharge on phone service.
A state Senate committee has again advanced legislation that would allow for direct shipments to Pennsylvania consumers from out-of-state wineries.
The Obama administration has given conditional approval for Pennsylvania to set up a health care marketplace in the event that the US Supreme Court upends the federal health care law.
Suburban Philadelphia Republican state Senator John Rafferty is scheduled to announce his candidacy for attorney general this week.
The state Senate has unanimously approved a bill that would put off for two more years the use of tests as part of public school graduation requirements in Pennsylvania.