The state has saved more than $20 million and seen crime rates drop since 2015, when the Pa. Supreme Court threw out mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenses.
Lead poisoning is preventable in Pennsylvania -- but only with effective education and smart public policy.
In June, the General Assembly approved a 10 percent budget increase for domestic violence services.
The defense argued that courier Michael White was just reacting in a split second to a threat from an older, larger, intoxicated man.
In the past four decades, the number of possible charges nearly quintupled in number — a trend that’s helped Pennsylvania’s prison populations skyrocket.
Ex-cop Ian Hans Lichtermann's tattoo caused a public uproar and the department to develop a policy. The rules were upheld by the Pa. Labor Relations Board.
Cannabis legalization may be off the table for Pennsylvania’s GOP majority. Decriminalization is another...
Gov. Tom Wolf has embraced legalizing recreational cannabis for adults. The GOP is unlikely to get on board.
Law enforcement in Pennsylvania already has enough tools to protect public safety. There are serious consequences to continually expanding the crimes code.
Prospects for meaningful gun violence reduction legislation appear increasingly slim now that the U.S. House launched an impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
While much of the public's attention is already turned to 2020, there is a general election on Nov. 5 that will affect the future of your hometowns, counties, and Pennsylvania's courts. The major statewide race...