Democrats In Pennsylvania Scramble To Limit Number Of 'Naked Ballots'The so-called naked ballots have become a huge concern for Democrats in the state since the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled last week that ballots had to be rejected if not enclosed in the proper secrecy envelope.
'2 Envelopes Or It Doesn't Count': Pennsylvanians' Mail-In Ballots Will Be Thrown Out If They Don't Follow This RuleIf you're planning to vote by mail this November, make sure you mail back two envelopes or else your ballot will be thrown in the trash.
Pennsylvania Senate OKs Bill To Loosen Coronavirus Limits On Restaurants, BarsThe Republican-controlled Senate voted 43 to 6 for a bill that would end the requirement that customers buy food in order to purchase alcohol and permit patrons to be served drinks at the bar.
Federal Judge Declines To Stay Ruling That Gov. Wolf's Size Limits On Pa. Gatherings UnconstitutionalU.S. District Judge William Stickman IV said the administration had failed to show “imminent and irreparable harm will occur” if the state can’t limit event crowds to 25 people inside and 250 people outside.
'COVID Alert PA': Pennsylvania Launches New COVID-19 Contact Tracing AppThe app notifies the user if they were exposed to the virus.
Pennsylvania Chips Away At Pandemic Poll Worker ShortagesPoll workers are normally restricted to working in the precincts where they live.
New Survey Ranks New Jersey Fourth Happiest State In AmericaWalletHub ranked New Jersey the fourth happiest state in its 2020's Happiest States in America survey. 
Pennsylvania Nears Launch Of New Health Insurance WebsitePennsylvania is getting ready to launch its own website to sell Affordable Care Act-compliant policies that will replace the federally operated to enroll people for the 2021 insurance year, state officials said Tuesday.
Parents In Chester County Demand Children Be Allowed To Attend In-Person ClassesIn Chester County, parents at both Downingtown and West Chester School Districts held a rally together, urging school officials to provide an in-person option for students five days a week.
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Vetoes 'Entirely Unnecessary' School Sports Bill; Override Attempt ExpectedGov. Tom Wolf has vetoed a bill that would give school districts the sole ability to make decisions on sports, including whether and how many spectators to allow.
Philadelphia's Top Elections Official Warns Secrecy Envelopes Will Cause Electoral Chaos In PennsylvaniaLisa Deeley, chairwoman of the three-member board overseeing Philadelphia's elections, wrote Monday to the state Legislature's presiding Republicans to urge them to back legislation to remove a provision she calls unnecessary.