The dominance of rural Republicans is bad news for Philadelphia.
The epic 2-year war with the PPA involved lobbying, partisanship, taxis… and horses.
Months of amendments mean the bill is three times larger than the fall 2015 version.
Billy Penn analyzed everything we could find to see how many women and people of color have served in statewide offices.
Outgunned at home, Rep. John Taylor is the man in central PA.
The Pa. House will again consider amending the statute of limitations for child sex abuse survivors. The Catholic Church has some objections.
The exceptions would be gifts from family members and gifts of little value.
Speaker Mike Turzai stated that budget that passed under Governor Tom Corbett “finished in the black.” We looked into that.
Gov. Tom Wolf has worked with a Republican state representative on a bill that could lead to private developments at state parks.
A bill, expected to go for a vote this afternoon in the state House, would free up restrictions on PPA board members’ residence.
Will Philadelphia officially be included in a bill that would legalize and regulate ridesharing statewide? We’ll find out today.
He beat a party-endorsed candidate to win the Democratic nom for a Pa. House seat — which is kind of as big a deal as the potential volunteer slain days before the primary.