These W.Pa. women pols asked ‘WTF Pittsburgh?’ so they started a PAC to do something about it

BY: - March 5, 2020

Since its formation in 2016, Women for the Future of Pittsburgh have raised $47,000 and helped get 12 women elected to public office.


With 6th budget, Wolf gets his progressive mojo back. Will lawmakers come along for the ride? | Analysis

BY: - February 4, 2020

Gov. Tom Wolf, meet Gov. Tom Wolf. With more money for gun violence reduction efforts; universal kindergarten; an ambitious higher education grant program aimed at keeping college kids in Pennsylvania; a reboot on a $4.5 billion infrastructure program, and a push for an eventual $15 an hour minimum wage, the York County Democrat rolled out […]

Progressive Pittsburgh state rep finds sticker from white supremacist group at district office

BY: - July 25, 2019

Rep. Sara Innamorato, D-Allegheny, took to Twitter Thursday to share a photo of a sticker from a white supremacist organization that was posted outside her district office. The Patriot Front is a white supremacist, neo-Nazi group who uses taglines like “Keep America American”, “Deport Them All”, “Not Stolen:Conquered” & this one that left on our […]

Fresh off his second mayoral loss, Philadelphia senator announces plan to transform city’s elections

BY: - June 5, 2019

Other Democratic lawmakers introduced a raft of proposals to make it easier for Pennsylvanians to register to vote and cast their ballot.


Rep. Summer Lee backed a bunch of primary winners. That’s a big deal. Here’s why | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - June 4, 2019

The House's DSA lawmakers are doing very mainstream stuff. It's working.

Pa. lawmakers are skeptical of a proposed nuclear rescue. Could more solar panels and wind turbines get the job done?

BY: - March 11, 2019

The plan by Rep. Thomas Mehaffie, R-Dauphin, would add the nuclear industry into the state’s existing alternative energy portfolio.