For Pa.’s Fetterman, a (common) wealth of support | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - March 18, 2023

Pa. voters have continued to support U.S. Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., through his medical travails.


Who’s got the gavel now? That’s you, Madame Speaker | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - March 4, 2023

State Rep. Joanna McClinton, D-Philadelphia, was sworn in as Pa.'s Black woman House speaker this week.


A bit of #PaBudget April Foolishness | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - March 1, 2023

And if you thought budget season was silly enough by itself.


So there’s a ruling on school funding. Now what? | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - February 11, 2023

A judge has declared Pa.'s school funding system unconstitutional, leaving it up to policymakers to find a fix. Now what?


Who paid for Shapiro’s inaugural? Who knows? | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - January 28, 2023

The Democratic governor has refused to answer questions about who paid for his inauguration festivities, raising early transparency concerns.


The U.S. House Chaos Caucus | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - January 7, 2023

Lawmakers in Pa. and D.C. were a study in contrasts this week with their respective Speaker elections.


The GOP’s New Year’s resolution | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - December 31, 2022

Will Republicans give up the myth of the stolen election in 2023?


Who’s taking the ‘special’ out of Pa.’s special elections? | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - December 24, 2022

Pa. House Democrats and Republicans are fighting in court over who gets to call special elections for three vacant seats.


The thing about U.S. Rep. Scott Perry is … | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - December 17, 2022

The central Pa. lawmaker featured prominently in text messages to a former Trump White House official that featured conspiracy theories.


What legislative to-do list? | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - December 10, 2022

The Pa. Legislature left plenty of work undone when it wrapped up its last session.


Pa.’s unemployment compensation system, explained | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - December 3, 2022

An already fragile system ‘crumbled’ during the pandemic. A new report offers a path to fixing it.