Pennsylvania Budget Revenue Talks Grind OnAnother day, another layer of uncertainty Tuesday as talks on how to pay for Pennsylvania’s new budget plod along.
Day 7 And Counting With No PA Revenue PlanThe clock continues to run toward a Monday night deadline for Governor Wolf to act on a state budget passed a week ago.
Pennsylvania Budget Still Lacks Revenue PlanThe budget bill remains sitting on the governor’s desk, as legislative leaders continue struggling with how to close a deficit of more than $2 billion.
Pennsylvania Turnpike Launches Toll Amnesty ProgramIf you owe back tolls and fees to the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, now is the time to make good
PA Budget Passed; Revenue Deal Still ElusiveAs expected, on Friday, the last day of the fiscal year, state lawmakers sent Governor Wolf a compromise budget, without a plan to pay for the spending.
Wolf Vetoes Bill To Prohibit Plastic Bag BansAs promised, Governor Wolf has vetoed a bill that would prevent cities like Philadelphia and other municipalities from banning or taxing plastic bags.
PA Awards First Medical Marijuana Dispensary PermitsPennsylvania health officials announced on Thursday the first 27 firms to get medical marijuana dispensary permits.
Pennsylvania Senate Passes 'Clean Slate' LegislationThe measure builds on a law enacted in 2016 that allowed individuals convicted of low-level, non-violent misdemeanors to petition a court to have the record sealed.
PA Budget Still In Limbo As Deadline NearsThere was no evidence of major progress Monday toward a new state budget due on Friday.
Wolf Signs Bill Eliminating Keystone Exams For Career, Tech StudentsThe bill signed by Governor Wolf will eliminate Keystone Exams as a graduation requirement for CTE student, students in career and technology education.
Governor Wolf To Veto Bill Preventing Local Plastic Bag BansPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says he will veto a bill on his desk that would prevent cities like Philadelphia and other municipalities from banning or taxing plastic bags.
Pa. Driver's License To Get MakeoverStarting later this year, a new-look for driver’s license will be phased in by PennDOT over the four-year renewal cycle.