Pa. General Assembly’s disaster response faces first test with Hurricane Ida
Wolf asked that the Ida declaration be extended until Nov. 29. Such an extension must be approved by a majority vote of the Pennsylvania House and Senate.
Pa. lawmakers have been promoting May 18 ballot questions. One method is raising eyebrows
For weeks, Republican lawmakers in the General Assembly have been spreading the word about two proposed constitutional amendments that would change how Pennsylvania responds to emergencies. But recent methods have raised ethical questions. In a recent mailer to constituents, Sen. Mike Regan, R-York, argued that voters in his suburban Harrisburg district would have a “stronger […]
What you need to know about the 2021 Pa. primary ballot questions
In addition to casting a vote in municipal and judicial races, Pennsylvania voters will have to vote “yes” or “no” on May 18 on four ballot questions.
Amendment limiting Pa. Gov.’s emergency powers heading to voters this May
If a majority of Pennsylvania voters approve the amendment, it will go into effect immediately.