Beginning July 18, people seeking unemployment must attest that they applied for two jobs and completed a “work search activity” the week prior.
Advocates — including Levi Fetterman, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s family dog — have called on the legislature to increase the licensing fee paid by dog owners.
Storm agreed to two technical violations, closing out an inquiry she believes was instigated by political enemies as payback for her outspoken advocacy in high-profile cases.
Democratic and Republican lawmakers recently recessed until September without resolving key issues including election changes, cocktails to-go, lobbying reform, and more.
Two Philadelphia addiction treatment facilities and their owners face criminal charges for allegedly sending illegal kickbacks to recovery homes and forcing patients into substandard care.
State lawmakers are calling into question whether the Department of Health should be jumping into another, more expensive contact tracing contract after a severe data breach with the last company.
Anti-gerrymandering advocates are relying on promises from those in charge of drawing the state’s political maps to hold hearings and allow citizen input.
Republican lawmakers are likely to use the constitutional amendment process to take the issue to the voters.
The Republican-controlled legislature did not renew a statewide preemption on single-use plastics, opening the door for cities and municipalities to institute their own bans.
Tyler Cordeiro was denied funding for treatment despite a state program offering help for anyone, even without insurance. The problem: his medical marijuana card.
Republicans said squirreling away $5 billion in federal money was smart planning for the future, while Democrats lamented the investments that might have been.
The decision diminished anti-gerrymandering advocates’ hopes of preventing Pennsylvania’s most powerful lawmakers from drawing maps that unfairly benefit one political party.
Voter ID has emerged as a partisan sticking point in Harrisburg, with Gov. Tom Wolf vowing to veto any measure that includes stricter requirements.
Mileage, meals, lodging, travel, and a special perk called per diems are part of the hidden costs charged to taxpayers to support Pennsylvania’s legislature.
Despite two audits and assurances from every level of government that the election was free of widespread fraud, Sen. David Argall (R., Schuylkill) told Spotlight PA he does not see the “damage in doing it one more time to try to answer the concerns that people have.”