There are lots of ways to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure. Doing it in ways that help poorer and middle-income communities would put tax dollars where they are needed most.
If the goal of the proposed legislation is to curb a rogue building inspector, the current language fails to accomplish that objective.
Preaching “jobs, jobs, jobs,” state House Speaker Mike Turzai and other House Republicans rolled out a package of bills Monday that they say will expand the manufacturing potential of the shale gas boom.
For 577,000 Pennsylvanians, no state agency oversees their workplace safety. Legislation that's being pushed by organized labor and its allies would change that.On Monday, lawmakers and officials from the AFL-CIO — a labor conference...
An old debate continues.
Why are they shiny? How did Pennsylvania become the pretzel capital of the world? Who was Auntie Anne? And who would eat a seaweed-flavored pretzel?
Fifty-one years after his death, it's more important than ever to keep the Rev. Martin Luther King's dream of economic equality alive for every Pennsylvanian.
Gentrification of dilapidated urban neighborhoods is a common driver of renaming -- just ask Philadelphia
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A bill that targets state unions and should be an easy sell to GOP lawmakers in the House has instead been stopped by a debate over how much to push a powerful interest group that has dug in its heels.