HARRISBURG -- Deciding whether to change the Constitution to limit the governor’s emergency powers will be the most controversial statewide question settled in Tuesday’s primary election.
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HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf has taken the ‘extraordinary” step of recalling the nominations of seven Cabinet members in response to a threat by Senate Republicans that they won’t confirm his nominees to the Public Utility Commission if the administration continues its planned entry into a Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
HARRISBURG -- Adult survivors of child abuse are angry over the continued wait for the full state Senate to take up legislation that would immediately open a window for lawsuits without changing the state Constitution.
HARRISBURG -- The heads of many of some of the most high-profile agencies in state government face what could be contentious confirmation battles.
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Pennsylvania will ban indoor dining for three weeks, limit capacity in retail stores to 50 percent, and shut down high school sports for three weeks, State Sen. John Gordner told The Daily Item this afternoon ahead of a scheduled press conference from Gov. Tom Wolf.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is warning that hundreds of road and bridge projects could be paused on D…
HARRISBURG -- One month after the state approved an interim budget to get through the coronavirus pandemic, a new state fiscal analysis highlights the challenges lawmakers will likely face when they try to tackle the budget again in the fall.
HARRISBURG –- A bill that could move the Pennsylvania primary to March in presidential election years starting in 2024 passed the state Senate unanimously Wednesday,