PA: Month #2 With No Budget And No Sign Of DealPennsylvania has begun its second month without a state budget with no end to the impasse in sight.
Philadelphia Environmental Groups Say Jim Kenney Is Best Choice For MayorClean Water Action, Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania, Penn Environment, and the Sierra Club made their selection based on a questionnaire the candidates were asked to fill out.
In West Philadelphia, Gov. Wolf Urges More State Investment in EducationThe governor spoke to automotive tech students on the west regional campus of Community College of Philadelphia.
US Education Secretary Visits Philadelphia To Talk About Future of State Funding for SchoolsIn response, Pennsylvania's education secretary said Gov. Wolf has plans to address the funding disparity between rich and poor school districts.
Wolf Administration To Begin Phaseout of Corbett's Controversial Health Care Program"Part of the reason we're doing this in phases is to minimize any gaps in coverage," an administration official says. "We want this to be an orderly and efficient transition."
Wolf To Unveil Natural Gas Severance Tax ProposalWolf, a Democrat, will appear Wednesday at Caln Elementary School in Thorndale, about 30 miles west of Philadelphia.
House Republicans Eye PA Liquor Privatization AgainEven though Pennsylvania had a Republican governor at the time who made it a priority, liquor privatization couldn’t get through the Senate in the last session.
Wolf Administration Promises Orderly Transition to Simple Medicaid Expansion in PennsylvaniaGov. Wolf’s spokesman, Jeff Sheridan, says there will be no interruption of coverage for those affected.
Pa. Commonwealth Court To Hear Complaint Over Gov. Wolf's Firing of Corbett AppointeeErik Arneson (left) went to Commonwealth Court seeking an injunction to be reinstated as director of the Office of Open Records.
Gov. Wolf Quickly Reinstates Moratorium on Oil and Gas Drilling in State Parks"These state lands are intended to be refuges, places where people can go to enjoy natural beauty," the governor said today, signing the measure in 275-acre Benjamin Rush State Park, in Northeast Philadelphia.
Political Brawl Over Last-Minute Nominations Continues In HarrisburgIn the case of Open Records, the Wolf administration claims the director serves at the pleasure of the governor; Senate Republicans say the law was written otherwise.
Up Next For Tom Corbett: Honorary Co-Chair Of World Meeting Of FamiliesGov. Tom Corbett was tapped by Archbishop Charles Chaput to serve, along with Mayor Michael Nutter, as honorary co-chair of the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, set for next September.