Pennsylvania Senate Set To Vote On Attorney General Nominee BeemerThe state Senate is set to return nearly a month earlier than scheduled Tuesday to vote on Bruce Beemer’s nomination to serve the nearly five months that remain in Kathleen Kane’s term as Pennsylvania attorney general.
Wolf On Recreational Pot: Yes To Decriminalizing, No To LegalizingPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is reiterating his position in favor of decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana on a statewide basis, while saying he still can’t support full legalization of recreational pot.
Governor's Attorney General Pick Is Kane's Ex-Chief DeputyPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is nominating Kathleen Kane's former top deputy to step in as attorney general.
Impeachment Of Kane Still Possible Despite ConvictionKathleen Kane resigned as Pennsylvania’s attorney general on Wednesday. But despite her conviction on perjury and other charges Monday night, impeachment proceedings against her may continue.
LCB Issues Dozens Of Permits For Wine To GoIt’s another part of the Liquor Control Board’s implementation of an overhaul of state liquor laws signed by Governor Wolf in June.
Castor: 'Have My Hands Around' Job Of Attorney GeneralFormer Montgomery County DA and Commissioner Bruce Castor becomes Pennsylvania’s acting attorney general on Wednesday.
PA Lawmakers Eye Updating Elections State lawmakers are beginning the discussion on how to approach modernizing Pennsylvania elections.
LCB: 120 More State Stores To Open On SundaysThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced Wednesday that 120 more state stores will be open on Sundays.
LCB To Give Details On Expanded Sunday State Store OperationsA spokeswoman says there will be a “significant” number of new stores open on Sundays, starting this weekend.
PA Names Director Of New Med Marijuana ProgramAs Pennsylvania’s new medical marijuana program takes shape, the man who will lead the office begins his duties on Monday.
Clinton Swamps Trump In Latest F&M PA PollThe new poll shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump among likely Pennsylvania voters by an 11-point margin.
Testing Of Driverless Vehicles On PA Roads Could Begin Next YearPennDOT officials say there are a host of issues to be resolved.