COVID-19 in Pennsylvania

The election is a referendum on Trump. It’s also one on his enablers |...

It is now up to the voters in November to decide whether Trump and his enablers should be removed from office in November.

Trump does end run on Congress; signs executive order extending unemployment benefits, suspends payroll...

Trump said the actions would “take care of pretty much this entire situation, as we know it.” But Democrats in Congress are likely to continue pushing for a broader legislative package similar to the $3 trillion relief bill the House passed in May.
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Break quarantine, risk legal action, Pa. warns people exposed to COVID-19

The letter, potentially sent to thousands, is a new frontier in how the commonwealth acts, or at least talks, about its virus response, one expert said.

This Pa. law on utility shutoffs unfairly impacts Black and Brown people. It must...

Describing PGW’s customers as “deadbeats” amid an effort to protect “responsible” customers is a prime example of the kind of dog-whistle that hardly veils disdain for poor Black and Brown people. 

The pandemic proves it: We have to reimagine nursing home care from the ground...

We cannot throw money at long-term care then walk away without ensuring needed changes are taking place. That's not the answer.

Wolf administration recommends schools cancel sports until Jan. 2021

In a statement, the agencies said that's only a "strong recommendation" and "not an order or mandate."

It’s easier than ever to get a COVID-19 test in Pennsylvania, but national backlogs...

In a news conference, Gov. Tom Wolf and state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine called the persistent lag times “unacceptable.”

These are Pa.’s most — and least — equitable school districts | Thursday...

In the midst of a pandemic, thousands of students will soon return to class. They will do so in vastly different and inequitable circumstances.

Pennsylvania got $104M from the feds to expand internet access to students. Much of...

With the start of classes weeks away, the Wolf administration can't say when they'll spend the money or how they'll dole it out.

Lincoln, Cheyney share $3M award in COVID-19 relief

State Rep. Stephen Kinsey, D-Philadelphia, said the funds serve to fill some of the racial and economic gaps historically found in education.