GOP lawmakers celebrate Act 77 ruling, though what’s next is unclear
The order, which struck down mail-in ballots, has already been appealed, and further legislative action is on hold.
With new amendment strategy, Pa. GOP could target voter ID, mail-in ballots
Nowhere is this newfound love of permanent changes to the commonwealth’s governing document clearer than in the fight over Pennsylvania’s election law.
Pa. lawmakers renew bipartisan push on behalf of incarcerated women | Friday Morning Coffee
“Just because a woman has been incarcerated does not mean the state is not obligated to treat her with dignity,” Rep. Tina Davis, D-Bucks, said.
Rookie lawmakers push legislation to limit General Assembly members’ tenure
Another session, another reform effort. In previous years, campaign finance reform, shrinking the legislature, and redistricting changes have been pushed as a solution to Harrisburg’s dysfunction. This year, House lawmakers from both parties have coalesced around a bill to restrict lawmakers from gaining power through endless tenure in the Capitol. “We are not trying to […]