PA Auditor General Warns Another Budget Impasse Will Be Costly DePasquale says in the current fiscal year that runs through the end of June, school districts had to borrow just under a billion dollars, and spent an estimated $40 t0 $50 million dollars on interest.
F&M Poll: Trump Takes Command Among Pennsylvania RepublicansA new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows Donald Trump has opened up a lead over the rest of the Republican presidential field in Pennsylvania.
New PA Law Allows Tax-Exempt Savings For People With DisabilitiesGovernor Wolf this week signed into law a bill intended to help people with disabilities save money.
PA House Passes Child Sex Abuse Statute Of Limitations BillThe state House has sent the Senate legislation long sought by advocates for victims of child sex abuse.
Medical Marijuana On The Doorstep Of Becoming Law In PAThe state House could, as soon as Wednesday, send Governor Wolf a bill to legalize medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. A bill the governor has promised to sign.
Pennsylvania House To Vote On Child Sex Abuse Statute Of Limitations BillA bill that would give victims of child sex abuse more time to seek justice is now teed up for a vote in the state House this week.
Referendum On Raising Pennsylvania Judges Retirement Age DelayedA voter referendum on raising the mandatory retirement age for Pennsylvania judges to age 70 to age 75 will be delayed, even though it will appear on the ballot in some counties.
Bill Placing New Restrictions On Pennsylvania Abortions Put On HoldThe brakes have been put on a fast-tracked state House bill that would place new restrictions on abortion in Pennsylvania.
Medical Marijuana Legislation Back On Radar In HarrisburgMedical marijuana legislation is back on the agenda again in the state capitol. A bill could get to Governor Tom Wolf later this week -- but the path to the governor’s desk is still unclear.
Lawsuit Contemplated In Spat Between Wolf And GOP Over School DollarsRepublican leaders in the state legislature say they are considering a lawsuit over Democratic Governor Tom Wolf’s plan to allocate $200-million extra for schools in the budget, $77-million of which he has earmarked for Philadelphia.
Governor Wolf To Sign LGBT Executive OrdersPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has scheduled a ceremony Thursday to sign LGBT anti-discrimination executive orders.
PA House Committee Advances Child Sex Abuse Statute Of Limitations BillThe state House Judiciary Committee has advanced legislation long sought by advocates that would eliminate the statute of limitations for criminal prosecution of child sexual abuse.

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