The bill allows voters to register up to 15 days before an election and vote by mail, and — most controversially — ends straight-ticket balloting.
The bill requires the state to clear a waitlist of adults with developmental disabilities who are to be provided with home care
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.
Legislation now before the state House and Senate would allow Pennsylvania utility customers subscribe to 100 percent solar energy from their local power company.
An effort to reform a system that Jones says is a 'spiderweb of Catch-22s' has brought together both Republicans and Democrats.
Council members voted unanimously last week to approve the land transfer of District Health Center No. 1 to the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp.
There's no mistaking where state Rep. Stephanie Borowicz stands on abortion. She wants it gone. And to help that goal on its way, the freshman Republican from Clinton County is sponsoring a bill that...
The measure, passed by the state Senate in June, was advanced Monday by the Pennsylvania House Game & Fisheries Committee in a 20-4 vote.
The state party nominated Annville resident Michael Schroeder at a convention on Sunday, according to a press release.
Here's what you need to know about Pa.'s statewide judicial races as well as a ballot question concerning Marsy's Law.