12 People Charged With Fraud Involving Hundreds Of Pa. License PlatesAttorney General Josh Shapiro has announced charges against 12 people and 14 businesses for multiple vehicle schemes that involved more than a thousand fake Pennsylvania license plates.
Wolf To Sign Bill For Temporary Unemployment Claim Processing FixA spokesman says Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will sign a bill headed for his desk intended to be a short term fix for problems with the state’s unemployment compensation processing system.
More Liquor Reform Bills Teed Up In PA HouseThe state House Liquor Control Committee has advanced two more bills as lawmakers get ready to tackle more possible reforms to alcohol sales in Pennsylvania.
Wolf Announces Packages Of Bills To Combat Student Sexual Assault State lawmakers joined with Governor Wolf Tuesday to roll out a package of bills intended to protect students from sexual assault.
PA Nurse Practitioners Renew Push For Full Practice AuthorityNurse practitioners descended on the state Capitol today to renew their push for legislation that would give them full authority to practice medicine.
Probe Of Stack Raises Questions About His Political FutureQuestions swirl about Lt. Governor Mike Stack now that he’s under investigation for possible mistreatment of his security detail and staff at his official state residence.
Stack On Probe Of Alleged Abusive Treatment Of Staff: 'I've Made Mistakes'Saying he’s not perfect, and he’s made mistakes, Lt. Governor Mike Stack Wednesday responded to reports that he’s being investigated for alleged mistreatment of his security detail and other staffers.
Lt. Gov Stack Under Investigation For 'Staffing Issues'Lt. Governor Mike Stack’s office confirms he’s being investigated for what it calls "staffing issues."
Harmony Prevails As Vazquez Takes Oath In Contested 197th PA House ElectionA battle is looming over the recent special election in North Philadelphia’s 197th state House district, but it was all sweetness and light when Emilio Vazquez was sworn into office this past week.
Pa. House Again Votes To Restore Mandatory Minimum SentencesA bill to address the courts’ concerns and restore mandatory minimum sentences for a number of violent crimes and drug trafficking offenses passed the House Wednesday.
Former Pa. House Speaker Perzel Off Hook For $1M In RestitutionPerzel pled guilty to theft and other offenses in a scheme to use taxpayer resources to develop computer software for political purposes.
PA House Passes GOP Budget Wolf Calls A 'Good Starting Point'Voting mostly along party lines, the state House has sent the Senate a Republican-crafted budget bill in response to the spending plan proposed by Democratic Governor Tom Wolf.