HARRISBURG – A state Supreme Court decision made gerrymandering one of the dominant stories in Pennsylvania politics in 2018.
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HARRISBURG – The number of statewide groups expressing reservations about legalizing recreational marijuana for adults is growing, even as Lt. Gov. John Fetterman continues his 67-county listening tour seeking input from commonwealth residents.
Gasoline prices in the Meadville area went up by 6 cents per gallon in the past week to keep pace with the hike across the state.
HARRISBURG – A state lawmaker, flanked by more than a dozen union members who work at the state’s nuclear power plants, unveiled plans Monday to provide a $500 million boost to the plants by allowing them to tap into incentives designed for green energy.
HARRISBURG — The state’s open records law has oversights and unintended consequences that should be cleaned up in updated legislation, advocates for reforming the bill say.
Lawmakers and women’s rights advocates are ramping up pressure on county jail and prison officials to improve access to feminine hygiene products for incarcerated women.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle want the state to block a move to replace county management of Medicaid-funded bus rides. The state has a…