In reversal, Pa. redistricting commission votes to count 3,000 more prisoners in their cells

BY: - September 21, 2021

The slight reversal follows a widely celebrated decision by the Legislative Reapportionment Commission in late August to count the majority of prisoners at their previous residences, not in their cell.

Tapped for leadership, Ward, McClinton shatter 244-year-old glass ceiling in Pa. General Assembly

BY: and - November 12, 2020

Women made history in Pennsylvania’s House and Senate Thursday, when lawmakers elected two female legislators as floor leaders for the first time in the General Assembly’s 244-year history.