The bill was championed by Republicans as an effort to ensure a secure election, and decried by Democrats as an attack on ballot access.
Republican lawmakers said they are looking at what options they have to extend another lifeline to tenants.
A review of five years of cases that arose from traffic stops in the south-central region of the state shows that police used underhand tactics to justify holding and searching drivers illegally.
While 1.5 million people in Pennsylvania voted by mail this June, experts are anticipating that number to rise amid concerns about COVID-19.
A Spotlight PA review found many landlords have refused to participate, and lawmakers have failed to take action despite warnings the program is failing.
After a loss in the state Supreme Court, Republicans will attempt to override a Wolf veto and curtail his powers.
Pennsylvania is still sitting on $1 billion provided through the federal CARES Act, as legislative leaders wait to see if Congress will pass another relief bill.
Officials are routinely citing the law to deny public records requests, but legal experts say the state can be more transparent — if it wants.
Potential liability should students or staff become infected with COVID-19 at school is a top concern among some education leaders.
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Some had criticized the university for forcing students to “assume any and all risk” of contracting the virus, which they said amounted to a liability waiver.
When treatment facilities ignore coronavirus protocols, patients are forced to choose between recovery and safety.
Other universities across the country have required similar waivers, but students and legal experts say Penn State’s crosses the line.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board claims that revealing how many licenses are available in each county would hurt revenue. But others believe it might help small businesses compete.
Key players in Harrisburg say they won’t make any decisions about how to spend $1 billion in remaining stimulus cash until Congress finishes negotiating.