The bill provides a carve-out for active duty servicemembers who can legally purchase tobacco at 18.
Philly, Pittsburgh get '100' scores from the Human Rights Campaign, which scored Pennsylvania cities across a variety of different metrics.
Survivors and their advocates hailed the action by the Pennsylvania state Senate as a partial victory Wednesday night, though they lamented the fact that it may be years before they can take advantage of a provision allowing them to bring decades-old cases to court.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. Christine Tartaglione, D-Philadelphia, passed 42-7. Every Democrat and the majority of Republicans supported the bill.
The House Children and Youth Committee voted 17-6 to advance the bill, amid concerns from some of the panel’s Republicans about the proper role of government.
State Rep. Steve Barrar, R-Delaware, cited health issues and a desire to spend more time with his family as the reason for his retirement
Drew Crompton says he's ready for a clean break from the Senate.
Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers.Anyone else notice how President Donald Trump has left no stone unturned in his quest to pass a federal 'Red Flag' law, expanded background checks and all the gun control measures he...
impeachment and removal must truly represent the sovereign will of the American people to be considered a legitimate action.