At times, the Senate floor broke into total chaos.
With Farm Show milkshakes in hand (of course), Republican leaders in the state House and Senate gathered in the Capitol rotunda on Wednesday to tout a package of bills that they say reiterates the...
Policy decisions, just like elections, have consequences.
A state Senate Committee voted along party lines Monday to eliminate a cash assistance program for disabled Pennsylvanians.
A $15 minimum wage would boost wages for 2 million low-wage workers, of which 61 percent are women.
The thousands of people who are on General Assistance won't have to wait much longer to find out what their future holds. Gov. Tom Wolf and the Legislature are on track to finish a budget deal by or before the June 30 deadline.
Pennsylvania has fallen asleep at the wheel when it comes to protecting low-income workers from slipping into a cycle of poverty.
How a bill to eliminate cash assistance for disabled Pennsylvanians turned into ‘Faustian’ budget...
The bill now extends a Medicaid-related tax on hospitals that will funnel a projected $110 million into Philadelphia’s hospitals and the city’s coffers.
A bill that expands the state's affordable housing trust fund passed a Senate committee unanimously Wednesday.
Surrounded by sash-wearing dairy princesses, lawmakers gulping down chocolate milk, and a sea of concerned farmers and their families, allies of Pennsylvania's dairy industry made a plea in the Capitol Tuesday on behalf of...