At the Jan. 14 debate at Drake University in Des Moines, the six candidates clashed on jobs, Iran and more. But they agreed on the need to defeat Trump.
Through the U.S. Census count, Pennsylvania receives $26.8 billion annually for federally funded programs, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. That amounts to about $2,000 per-Pennsylvanian, per-year.
“We need to study all factors that lead to suicide because treating the disease is both challenging and difficult,” top lawmaker says.
A new partnership with the Pittsburgh Current starts with a Q&A with the newest member of Allegheny County Council, Bethany Hallam.
A powerful state board ruled on Tuesday that charter management companies, the private entities that primarily operate charter schools in southeastern Pennsylvania, don’t have the same rights as their charter school clients to challenge...
The 48th District, which covers Lebanon and parts of York and Dauphin Counties, has been vacant since former Sen. Mike Folmer, a Republican, resigned in September after being charged with possession of child pornography.
According to House Democrats, the minority party, both measures were defeated in bipartisan, majority votes, but the final results were not recorded.
States have been trying to respond to a growing problem of addiction and overdose to opioids and other drugs. Overdose deaths have dropped in Pennsylvania.
The local officials called for "targeted, strategic investment" of public dollars, for the new fiscal year that starts on July 1.
The vote came amid concerns by civil libertarians that lawmakers are 'bloating' the criminal code by boosting penalties for too many offenses.