With primary in rearview mirror, Wolf, Republicans agree more election tweaks needed
The call for change comes after new voting rules led to a weeklong delay in final results in Pennsylvania’s June 2 primary election.
Pa. House advances bill changing state’s primary date; half of votes cast from outside Harrisburg
The votes also marked the first time lawmakers casted a floor vote en masse from outside of the state's capital in the nearly 350-year history of the legislative body
At request of counties, lawmakers delay privatization of Medicaid rides to doctor’s visits
A last-minute provision added to the budget passed in 2018 mandated that the program, known as Medical Assistance Transportation, be contracted to a private company.
Pennsylvania’s public workers don’t have workplace safety protections. This bill would change that
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.
Lawmakers agreed to privatize free medical trips for Medicaid recipients last year. Now, some are trying to stop it
State lawmakers from rural Pennsylvania are pushing back on a privatization measure slipped into last year’s state budget that would affect transportation for at least 150,000 Medicaid recipients.