Corralling bipartisan support for firearms control "is just hard work."
One Republican leader called it "entirely inappropriate."
A bill that passed the Senate last year was overhauled in House committee.
No one thinks the legislation has a chance, but it's symbolic.
Supporters compared life sentences to "death by incarceration."
The bill would tighten restrictions on how accused domestic abusers can access firearms.
Yes, Wawa has a political action committee.
The legislation passed on party lines. It could now be brought before the full House.
A House committee will vote on a preemption bill Monday, but Gov. Wolf has vowed to veto.
Speaker Turzai plans to introduce a new proposal, while advocates are launching a new citizen campaign.
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So far, the Philly state senator appears to be the only PA legislator to offer this service.
The Pa. Human Relations Commission has expanded the definition of "sex" as it applies to the state's anti-discrimination laws.
A two-year investigation uncovered 301 "predator priests" and more than a thousand victims.
“We can’t charge most of the culprits,” the state attorney general said, “but we can tell our fellow citizens what happened.”
That includes the auditor general, several state legislators and the governor's own running mate.
Currently, Brian Sims is the General Assembly's only out legislator. That could soon change.
What's up with those campaign donations from the fossil fuel industry?