Los cinco artículos afirman que Wolf sobrepasó inconstitucionalmente su autoridad ejecutiva - una demanda que aún no ha ganado terreno con los tribunales superiores estatales y federales-y citan problemas con la compensación por desempleo, los hogares de ancianos y la transparencia.
We need to support and bolster the efforts of our Consumer Advocate in protecting Pennsylvanians from the excesses of the energy industry.
The sponsors, Sens. Dan Laughlin, R-Erie, and Sharif Street, D-Philadelphia, cited shifting public attitudes, as well as the potential gain from a new crop for farmers, a fresh start for those with a possession arrest on their record, and a boast to the state’s bottom line.
Pa. Legislature looks for path forward on redistricting, reapportionment, following census data delays
In a joint meeting of the House and Senate State Government committees Wednesday morning, legislators looked for a possible path forward following the U.S. Census Bureau’s Feb. 12 announcement that redistricting data would be delayed until Sept. 30, 2021 with possible ramifications being felt well into 2022.
The bill that Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Centre, described at a press conference would mark another attempt by the Republican-controlled Legislature to curb executive branch powers with policies that would outlast the current Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and his administration.
Is Trump loyalist Leslie Baum Rossi the future of the Pa. GOP? Democrats are literally banking on it.
Mapping is part of the broader Black creative tradition and political struggle.
The Nazis used the myth that the Germany had been 'stabbed in the back' during World War I to destroy the Weimar Republic. We risk a similar fate if we don't act now.
For the second time, Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, R-Butler, has introduced impeachment articles against Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf. The five articles claim Wolf unconstitutionally overstepped his executive authority — a claim that’s yet to gain traction...
“I certainly understand the frustration, but I am cautiously optimistic that we’re pointing in the right direction,” Rep. Tim O’Neal, R-Washington, told the Capital-Star on Monday.