Rep. Martina White's office expects her bill with repercussions for "sanctuary cities" will get a vote this session.
The state's 2012 voter ID law was found unconstitutional, but is still on the books.
In terms of serious allegations against pols, it was a year like every other.
The new bill could put people convicted in crimes related to protests on the hook for police overtime fees.
Thanks to the state legislature, "Pennsylvania is in a better position than most states."
It was so loud in City Council chambers Sen. Scott Wagner couldn't even announce he was canceling the hearing.
Schools shame kids who fall behind on lunch fees, but districts aren't opting into a federal program.
Gov. Wolf and the legislature beat the June 6 deadline.
"Zero dollars, literally zero dollars, will be withheld if (Mayor Kenney) just complies."
Harrisburg is looking to offer more convenience. Also we're broke.
But, Lancaster Sen. Folmer admits, “it'll probably get voted on and bada bing, bada boom.”