Wave of GOP primary challengers seek Harrisburg shakeup over mail-in voting, pandemic response
Among those who face opponents are House Speaker Bryan Cutler, R-Lancaster, both chambers’ top budget officials — House and Senate Appropriations Committee chairs Rep. Stan Saylor, R-York, and Sen. Pat Browne, R-Lehigh — and a handful of other minor members of leadership, as well as a number of rank-and-file members.
GOP opposition to proposed Wolf regs on carbon pricing; charter schools could shape coming months
Wolf, who has long called for charter school reform and a raise to the minimum wage, celebrated the commission’s decision, pushing back against accusations from Republicans by telling the commission the regulations are not outside of its jurisdiction.
In a full day of proceedings, Pa. court hears closing arguments in school funding trial
Commonwealth Court Judge Renée Cohn Jubelirer is now tasked with a ruling in the case, which focuses on the General Assembly’s constitutional mandate to provide a “thorough and efficient” education system.
Court to hear closing arguments in landmark school funding trial
Lawyers will make their closing arguments in Commonwealth Court on Thursday.
Pa. Supreme Court hears arguments on congressional districts
Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation is currently split 9-9, and the final map could decide political campaigns before they start.
Who the Jan. 6 House committee wants to hear from in Pa. and why
In the six months since the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol convened, the Democrat-controlled panel has issued sweeping requests to hear from former Trump administration officials and supporters who worked to reverse the 2020 election results.
A year after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, election review and reform efforts continue in Pa.
As GOP members emphasize a lack of voter confidence in the electoral process, Democrats say some of their Republican colleagues’ actions helped feed doubt.
Pa. school funding trial resumes in Commonwealth Court. Here’s what to know
The results of the case could reform how Pennsylvania funds its public schools.
The Pa. GOP’s attack on executive power is an undemocratic attack on our system | Opinion
Pennsylvania Republicans are planning ahead for the Shapiro administration.
Lawsuit over Pa. school funding goes to trial, witness testimony begins next week
The trial is expected to run through January and could change how Pennsylvania public schools are funded.
Pa. House GOP renews its push to require post-election reviews
A bill authored by House Speaker Bryan Cutler tasks the Auditor General's office with conducting 'results-confirming' reviews of Pa. elections
Pa. regulatory panel upholds Wolf’s school mask order; eyes turn to courts
'Executive overreach should be challenged when it occurs,' Pa. House Speaker Bryan Cutler said.