Wolf says he opposes open records bill, despite unanimous support

BY: - July 16, 2020

Despite winning the support of all 253 members of the General Assembly, Gov. Tom Wolf said Wednesday he would not sign a bill requiring the state to process open records during a state of emergency.

DePasquale announces audit, Senate serves subpoena as pressure increases to open up Wolf’s waiver

BY: - April 30, 2020

The move forces Gov. Tom Wolf to shed light on how his administration decided which businesses could open and which would remain closed to prevent the spread of the disease.


Wolf wants us to trust the experts. But too many questions are unanswered | Opinion

BY: - April 29, 2020

It's increasingly likely that the ‘science’ behind Wolf’s economic catastrophe isn’t medical or economic, but rather political. That makes it hard to trust.

Can a closed Capitol be transparent? Yes, say experts

BY: - March 12, 2020

Under the new rules, state employees or individuals, such as journalists, with key card access will be able to enter the Capitol, according to the Department of General Services announcement.


Pa. government transparency, explained | Editorial Cartoon

BY: - March 7, 2020

This may not be news -- but Pennsylvania doesn't have the best record of government transparency. Our editorial cartoonist reminds us anyway.