While the race cannot change the Democratic majority on the high court, it could narrow the margin amid increasingly partisan attacks on the judiciary’s independence.
The Wolf administration could implement new oversight of recovery homes by mid-2022, though challenges could cause delays.
The $73 billion PSERS fund won a ruling keeping secret much of its dealings with three consultants who were brought in to probe a key figure for investment profits.
While a long-feared wave of evictions hasn’t come to pass, a lack of coordination between programs and courts leaves some renters in a pinch.
Everything you need to vote in the 2021 Pa. election, including key dates, how to find your polling place, and guides to the most consequential races.
Spotlight PA sorted through thousands of heavily redacted documents to reveal how the legislature spends your tax dollars on private lawyers.
The decisions handed down by the Commonwealth, Superior, and Supreme Courts impact everyday Pennsylvanians “probably more so than a legislator.”
These races are more contentious than ever, but getting information on candidates and who is funding them is difficult. Use Spotlight PA’s step-by-step guide to find the information you need.
The mutually beneficial system, which is entirely legal, enriches the campaigns of Pa. lawmakers, who in turn hire firms for all types of legal matters — and all paid for by taxpayers.
A review of thousands of pages of documents shows the cases ranged from public records fights to secret personnel problems to attempts to overturn last year’s presidential election.
Pennsylvania has spent nearly half a million dollars over the past six years to find and remove outdated registrations from its voter database.
Upset at leaks, leaders of the 15-member PSERS pension fund board have shut off legal briefings for the panel and are considering demanding they sign nondisclosure agreements.
Vaccines are now widely available, and it’s not likely providers will experience the same backups and shortages seen across the state when eligibility first opened up to all adults in April.
The FBI and federal prosecutors launched a criminal probe of the $70 billion PSERS plan in March after the fund’s board revealed doubts about the figure it endorsed for financial results in December.
For 17 months, medical marijuana users were wrongly denied access to some care and funding options because of the Wolf administration’s inaction.