An Aug. 5 explosion in Chester County wasn't the beginning of the harms from Mariner East. But it should be the beginning of the pipeline's end.
Just a week ago, the Republican complained bitterly that Pennsylvania was falling short of its requirements to reduce nitrogen in state waterways and had a $320 million funding gap to meet federally mandated cleanup goals.
We can solve this crisis with better enforcement, stricter sampling protocols, revised federal regulations and more funding for state agencies.
Appointees, not lawmakers, should draw Pennsylvania’s political districts, Wolf-convened panel recommends
Pennsylvania’s state legislative and congressional districts should be drawn by an 11-member commission of gubernatorial and General Assembly appointees — not by lawmakers — come 2021, a panel convened by Gov. Tom Wolf recommended...
In a sternly worded letter, GOP Gov. Larry Hogan said Maryland "urgently needs a more complete and comprehensive commitment from Pennsylvania."
Gov. Wolf touted near-majority backing for his infrastructure plan in June. Environmental advocates are...
Restore PA bills in the House and Senate have lost two co-sponsors each.
Suburban Philadelphia lawmakers are trying to figure out how much transparency is too much as local governments and the public clamor for more information about the risks of natural gas pipelines.
Wolf’s natural gas-backed infrastructure plan enjoys majority support, new Franklin & Marshall poll finds
Gov. Tom Wolf's $4.5 billion infrastructure plan is controversial inside the Capitol building in Harrisburg.
Act 54 should not be amended to help the coal industry avoid responsibility and public accountability. Act 54 needs to be repealed and replaced.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has joined with four of his fellow Rust Belt governors to call on the 2020 Democratic presidential contenders to endorse their agenda for revitalizing the Great Lakes. The call comes...