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?
Young candidates are swarming state races on both sides of the aisle.
Registered voters in Pa. under 35 now outnumber those over 64.
Voters will pick Planned Parenthood fave Tom Wolf or "100 percent pro-life" Scott Wagner.
It depends whether you look at seasonally adjusted numbers or not. And you have to include Delaware County figures, too.
Pennsylvania didn't ask for the proclamation, but for a couple thousand bucks you can try to get your own.
Mayor Kenney is claiming victory, but state lawmakers could still make a move.
So far, California, Illinois, and Rhode Island prohibit the legal tactic. Sen. Farnese thinks Pa. should be next.
Petition challenges can be pricey, but they usually cost less than a bruising primary fight.
Rep. Perry Warren of Bucks County plans to introduce his own background checks bill.