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.
PA Lawmakers Press Wolf Official On Medicaid Work RequirementsGovernor Wolf last fall nixed a bill that had language addressing job search and training requirements for able-bodied Medicaid recipients.
PA iGaming License Applications Expected To Be Available In AprilApplications for fantasy sports operations were made available this past week.
Federal Judges To Rule 'As Promptly As Possible' In Pennsylvania Redistricting CaseA federal judge says he and his colleagues will rule "as promptly as possible" after a hearing on Republicans’ petition for an injunction against the map of Congressional districts.
PA Congressional Redistricting Case Heads To Federal CourtPennsylvania Republicans will be in federal court Friday seeking an injunction against the map of Congressional districts imposed by the state Supreme Court last month.
Dissenting Justice In Redistricting Case: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Majority In 'Good Faith'As state budget hearings continued Tuesday, it was the judiciary’s turn to appear before the state Senate Appropriations Committee.
Philadelphia State Senator ‘Ballistic’ Over Persistence Of ‘Redlining’A Philadelphia state senator says he’s gearing up for a fight after a report that "redlining" by financial institutions continues to plague Philadelphia and other cities.