Historic Pa. public school funding lawsuit finally heading to trial this fall
The plaintiffs in the case want Pa. Commonwealth Court rule that the state’s current funding system is unconstitutional and order the Legislature to fix it.
Meet the Pa. Commonwealth Court judges who’ve recently sided with Republicans on election rulings, only to be overturned by higher courts
Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court has been a big player in the ongoing attempts by the Trump campaign and other Republicans to overturn the state’s election results or invalidate ballots.
Wolf eviction ban, now expired, faces pending challenge in court
The state Supreme Court has tossed other challenges to Gov. Tom Wolf’s eviction moratorium, including one from a statewide landlords association and another from a Clarion County attorney.
Senate panel asks Commonwealth Court to force Wolf to release waivers
The petition filed Monday would force Wolf to comply with the subpoena a Senate committee issued last month, seeking details about the 42,000-plus requests for business waivers
As senior Senate GOP aide Crompton looks to a future on state court, critics have questions
Drew Crompton says he's ready for a clean break from the Senate.
Wolf nominates senior Senate GOP aide Crompton to fill appeals court vacancy
His nomination appeared on an executive calendar for Tuesday, Nov. 18, and could come before a Senate committee on the same day.