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Pennsylvania House GOP Unveils Ambitious Proposal To Revamp Election LawThe measure produced by State Government Committee Chairman Seth Grove, R-York, is likely to encounter severe pushback from Democrats.
Pennsylvania's House Votes To End Governor's Pandemic Disaster DeclarationPennsylvania's House of Representatives voted on party lines Tuesday to put an end to the governor's pandemic disaster emergency declaration, less than a month after voters dramatically expanded lawmakers' powers to control such declarations.
Pennsylvania Republican Lawmakers Threaten To Seek Removal Of 2 Philadelphia Election Officials Over Ballot RulesPennsylvania House Republicans threatened to seek removal of two Democratic elections officials in Philadelphia for counting mail-in ballots that had not been hand-dated by the voters.
Two Bills To Restrict Abortion Rights Advanced In PennsylvaniaIn the House Health Committee, Republicans passed two bills on a party-line basis to further restrict abortion rights.
Pennsylvania Primary 2021 Results: Philadelphia District Attorney, Ballot QuestionsHere are the results in all of the biggest races.
Pennsylvania Voters Impose New Limits On Governor's Powers Under Emergency Disaster DeclarationThe vote on Tuesday's primary ballot came as Republican lawmakers across the country have sought to roll back the emergency powers governors wielded during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pennsylvania Voters Back Bid To Ban Race Discrimination In ConstitutionThe proposal had about 70% of the vote in support of it, with about 45% of precincts reporting.
VOTER GUIDE: Pennsylvania Primary Election 2021Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
2 Women From Philadelphia Suburbs Charged With Trying To Vote For Deceased MothersTwo suburban Philadelphia women are facing misdemeanor voter fraud charges after authorities allege they completed mail-in ballots for the November 2020 election by signing the names of their deceased mothers.
CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Now Go Outside Without A MaskThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased its guidelines Tuesday on the wearing of masks outdoors, saying fully vaccinated Americans don't need to cover their faces anymore unless they are in a big crowd of strangers.