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Pa. Senate Falls Short In Vote On Ouster Of AG KaneA resolution to remove embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office failed in the state Senate Wednesday.
Pa. Senate Vote On Kane Removal Expected TodayThe state Senate is scheduled to take a historic vote today on whether to remove embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office.
Democratic Gov. Wolf’s Second Budget Address Falls Flat With Majority Republican LawmakersGovernor Tom Wolf is again proposing a menu of tax increases to fund his priorities. Chief among those priorities, more money for schools.
With First Budget Unfinished, Wolf To Propose Budget No. 2 TodayGovernor Wolf finds himself in a position unlike no other governor in recent decades: he is scheduled to propose his second budget today while his first budget remains incomplete.
Pa. Senate To Vote Wednesday On Removal Of AG KaneThe state Senate is now poised to vote later this week on whether to remove Kathleen Kane as Pennsylvania’s Attorney General.
Pa. Supreme Court Rejects Kane Bid To Restore Law License; Senate Expected To Vote On RemovalThe state Supreme Court has rejected Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s bid to lift the suspension of her law license.
PA Lawmakers Send Governor Expungement BillA bill now on its way to Governor Wolf’s desk would expand Pennsylvania’s expungement law for non-violent offenders.
Panel Urges Senate Delay Vote On Removing Kathleen KaneThat recommendation is that the Senate hold off on a vote to remove Kane.
Senate Committee To Issue Kane Recommendations TodayA state Senate committee is expected to issue recommendations today that could set the stage for a Senate vote on whether to remove embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
PA House Committee Approves Kane Impeachment InvestigationA state House committee is expected to vote today on a resolution to begin impeachment proceedings against embattled Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
Some Charges Dropped Against Former PSU Officials In Sandusky CaseThe Commonwealth’s case against three former Penn State officials who had been charged with covering up the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal suffered a severe blow Friday with a ruling by state Superior Court.
Pa. Lawmakers Advance Legislation To Crack Down On Unpaid TollsPennsylvania lawmakers are mulling legislation that would have motorists risk suspension of their vehicle registration for failing to pay tolls.

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