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Pennsylvania GOP Will Meet Again To Discuss Toomey, VoteParty officials are taking Toomey to task for his vote to convict Donald Trump during the former president's second impeachment trial.
Legalizing Marijuana Gets First GOP Sponsor In PennsylvaniaSens. Daniel Laughlin, R-Erie, and Sharif Street, D-Philadelphia, outlined the proposal in a memo distributed to fellow senators.
Recreational Marijuana In New Jersey: Bill That Could Loosen Cannabis Logjam AdvancesThe bill’s sponsor, Democratic Sen. Nicholas Scutari, said in an interview he thinks the legislation has enough support to pass Monday.
Sen. Ted Cruz Has Repeatedly Slammed Politicians For Vacationing During Crisis, Including Chris ChristieCruz said in 2017 then-New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie "should go back to the beach," referencing the outrage surrounding the governor's trip to a closed state beach with his family while the state's government was shut down.
'Sends A Bad Message': Republican Stalwart Sen. Pat Toomey Now On Outs With GOP Over Donald TrumpIt is now Toomey facing angry rank-and-file state Republican Party committee members and the potential of a censure vote.
Recreational Marijuana In New Jersey: Deadline For Gov. Phil Murphy To Act On Cannabis Bill Delayed AgainThe new deadline is Monday.
President Joe Biden Again Rejects $50,000 Student Loan Debt Forgiveness Plan Pushed By Other Top DemocratsPresident Joe Biden made it clear during Tuesday night's CNN town hall that he disagrees with other members of his party who want to cancel $50,000 of student debt per borrower.
Donald Trump Acquitted: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware Senators On Historic Second Impeachment TrialHere are the statements from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware senators. All found Trump guilty.
Senate Acquits Donald Trump In Second Impeachment Trial, Sen. Pat Toomey Among 7 Republicans Who Voted GuiltyPennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey was one of seven Republicans to vote to convict Trump.
Lawmaker Warns Next Year's Pennsylvania Primary May Need To Be PostponedSenate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Centre, said it will be difficult to redraw district boundaries quickly enough to give would-be candidates time to make decisions about whether to run and gather enough petition signatures to get on the ballot.