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...
Thousands of Pennsylvanians, maybe your neighbors, are struggling every day to make ends meet.
Shortchanging innovation means shortchanging Pennsylvania's economy and our future as a commonwealth. Lawmakers can change that this budget season.
By a 140-plus vote margin, the House on Monday passed a bill to expand federal immigration work status checks to the state's construction industry.
The House could vote on a $15/hr minimum wage bill in July. It's in for a rocky road in the Republican Senate.
Gov. Tom Wolf has made increasing the minimum wage a centerpiece of his budgets since taking office in 2015.
My mother was a waitress who worked for a tipped wage. A $15/hr minimum would have made all the difference in the world.
That divide is also manifesting itself in the General Assembly.
By Derek RobertsonThe president of the nation’s largest labor union announced Tuesday that he will hold a series of town halls about “union members’ struggles under NAFTA, and what working people want to see...