The state’s 2012 voter ID law was found unconstitutional, but is still on the books.
Come January, you could be waiting a lot longer for that El.
Why the Black Lives Matter protest outside a Philly police officer’s home was not ‘illegal occupation’
Pa. Rep. Martina White’s claim differs from the city’s permit requirements.
A Q&A with Rep. Patty Kim and Councilwoman Helen Gym
A new Pennsylvania bill would make the names of animal abusers convicted of felonies and misdemeanors public information.
Schools shame kids who fall behind on lunch fees, but districts aren’t opting into a federal program.
“We’re missing a prime opportunity in our schools to teach young people,” said Rep. Jordan Harris, who’s created legislation to address the issue.
Gov. Wolf and the legislature beat the June 6 deadline.
A union chief says around 2,000. Here’s why he’s right.
‘I find it disgusting,’ White says, ‘that Rep. Sims would try to raise money by blatantly lying about me.’
“Zero dollars, literally zero dollars, will be withheld if (Mayor Kenney) just complies.”