Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell, the West Philadelphia Democrat who’s been charged with embezzling more than $500,000 from a nonprofit she ran, will leave the state House late next week.
One of the General Assembly’s most vocal climate change skeptics has been tapped to review state plans to combat rising global temperatures.
On Thursday, City Council advanced a proposal to phase out the subsidy incrementally for residential construction, with the legislation going into effect on Dec. 31, 2020.
Instead of shouting at each other, GOP lawmakers should have listened for a few minutes. Who knows? They might even have learned something.
The current City Council bill has enough support to override a veto and make it law, but it doesn't have enough time.
The delay won the blessing of the proposal’s main sponsor, at-large Councilman David Oh, a Republican.
You're a generous lot, Pennsylvania. Be proud of it.
Wednesday during a press conference where Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced that Johnson-Harrell, winner of a March special election, would give up her seat in the state House and plead guilty to stealing more than $500,000 from her nonprofit. Expected to resign at any time, Johnson-Harrell’s fall comes on the heels of the 2018 resignation of Lowery Brown, who was convicted on bribery charges in October 2018.
The hearing comes after the House Intelligence Committee approved a report Tuesday night that details allegations that Trump abused his power by pressuring Ukraine’s president to investigate Trump’s political rival.
Fraud, transparency and sexual harassment under review as AG DePasquale announces Revenue Dept./Pa. Lottery...
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale announced plans to audit the Department of Revenue and the Lottery.