Lindsay Weber is an intern with the Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondent Association and a 2021 graduate of Macalester College. Find her on twitter at @Lindsay_Weber_.
W.Pa lawmaker wants to fight deepfakes in Pa. politics. But will he hit a 1st Amendment wall?
By: Lindsay Weber - August 6, 2021
'They create a distrust in government and in our institutions that is not easily or quickly restored,' Rep. Nick Pisciottano says
Amid inflation and staffing shortages, is now the time for Pa.’s minimum wage to increase?
By: Lindsay Weber - August 4, 2021
Despite years of lobbying by low-wage workers and their advocates, Pennsylvania’s minimum wage has stalled at the federal level, $7.25 an hour, for over a decade. But with a faltering economic recovery caused by the surge of COVID-19 delta variant cases, ongoing labor shortages across Pennsylvania and troubling signs of inflation, is now finally the […]
Pa. health officials decline new mask mandate, discuss vaccine initiatives
By: Lindsay Weber - July 29, 2021
Pennsylvania exceeded 1,000 daily COVID-19 cases for the first time since May -- the state reported 1,088 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in the commonwealth is 710 -- a 62 percent increase compared to last week.
‘Buy American’: In the Lehigh Valley, Biden touts manufacturing, as Senate gets infrastructure deal
By: Lindsay Weber - July 28, 2021
“We brought this economy back from the brink, put checks in people’s pockets, shots in people’s arms, [gave] tax cuts for people with children,” Biden said.
Wolf admin. officials push for tick-borne illness awareness
By: Lindsay Weber - July 27, 2021
“This summer, don’t let a tick make you sick,” acting Pennsylvania Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson said Tuesday.
In Lancaster, Wolf touts COVID relief to Pa.’s bars, restaurants
By: Lindsay Weber - July 26, 2021
'Pennsylvania has made significant progress rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic, but our hospitality industry still needs support,' Wolf said.