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.
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.
Democratic Intelligence Memo Released With RedactionsEarlier this month, the White House objected to releasing the memo, saying that sensitive material had to be removed first.
Philadelphia's City Solicitor Sozi Tulante Announces Resignation"Whenever you resign from this position, people think you want to be something else," he said. "I have no political aspirations."
Toomey Criticizes Pa. Supreme Court For Redistricting RulingSenator Toomey says the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was all too willing to "cast aside the rule of law."
Congressman Denies Misconduct Claim; Ethics Probe May FollowThe story, published online Saturday, cited unnamed people who said the Republican Pennsylvania representative used thousands of dollars from his congressional office fund to settle the sexual harassment complaint.
Wolf Visits Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House After Approving $1 Million Expansion GrantWolf says the state's recent contribution of $1 million from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital program is a good investment.
PA Rep. Boyle's 'Stable Genius Act' Seeks Public Evaluations Of Future PresidentsDemocratic Congressman Brendan Boyle, represents Northeast Philadelphia and parts of Montgomery County, is introducing a bill called the "Stable Genius Act."
Chris Christie Delivers His Final State Of The State AddressNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is set to deliver his final state of the state address.
Frank Gilliam Is Sworn In As Atlantic City's New MayorAfter swearing to support the Constitution of the United States and the state of New Jersey, Frank Gilliam admitted he has lots of work to do as mayor.
PA House Dems Confirm 2 Sex Harassment SettlementsThe statement from House Minority Leader Frank Dermody confirms sexual harassment settlements involving two members over the past decade but names no names.