In Philly, progressive candidates slug it out with Democratic incumbents
After a wave of retirements from Pittsburgh’s South Side to Reading, many of progressives’ top incumbent targets are headed out the door. It’s left a slate of primary challenges coming at reliably liberal — even progressive — lawmakers more over tone than substance.
Senate committee gives green light to sheltered bike lanes
Pennsylvania state lawmakers came one step closer Wednesday to authorizing safer bike lanes on state-owned streets across the Commonwealth
‘This is not about charity. This is about investing in our children’: Pa. House, Senate resolutions aim to raise awareness of childhood homelessness
Nearly 37,000 Pa. children experience homelessness, creating all kinds of challenges as they try to pursue their education.