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State lawmakers are gearing up for another potential override of an expected veto from Gov. Tom Wolf. They're 0 for Life, so far.

Candidates, constituents of rural Pa. call for ‘their own Bill of Rights’

Several of the candidates said that residents of rural Pennsylvania don’t feel “heard” in Harrisburg.

Human Rights Campaign beefs up outreach to Pa.’s LGBTQ voters

The civil rights organization has directors in several states mobilizing the LGBTQ vote, including Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Texas and Wisconsin.

Donald Trump Jr. attacks Biden, media in central Pa. campaign stop

The appearance, at a sportsman club in suburban Harrisburg, comes amid a week of campaign appearances as the race rushes to its conclusion.

Pa. reports $311M in gaming, fantasy sports revenue in August, state regulators say

The total tax revenue from those sources was $128.8 million in August, the gaming board said in its statement.

Fourth Senate employee tests positive for COVID-19

Senate leaders were notified Tuesday that an employee on the security force had tested positive for the disease, said Kate Flessner, a spokeswoman for Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, R-Jefferson, who oversees human resources and administration for the majority Republican caucus.

More Pa. Senate employees test positive for COVID-19

The news comes the same week that all eight employees in the Senate Secretary’s office were forced to quarantine after one of them tested positive for the disease. 

Bernie stumps for Biden in digital Pennsylvania town hall

He was joined by union leaders, grassroots activists, and state elected officials from across the commonwealth to hammer home that while the Scranton-native may diverge from Sanders and his allies on key issues, he will still give progressives a foot in the door.

Jobless Pennsylvanians will soon start getting round two of enhanced unemployment benefits

Pennsylvanians out of work because of COVID-19 will begin receiving $300 a week in expanded federal unemployment payments as soon as Sept. 14.