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Documents would be preserved for litigation and Right-to-Know reviews.
The survey shows Tom Wolf favored by 49 percent of registered voters, Gov. Tom Corbett backed by 24 percent and 25 percent undecided.
Pennsylvania’s working poor -- as many as 600,000 may be eligible -- could start receiving subsidized health insurance as early as Jan. 1.
A PSEA report says poor school districts have fared worse than wealthy ones in state funding and student performance.
Two taxi operators from Philadelphia tell the PUC that ride-sharing service Lyft doesn’t have insurance or fare restrictions they have.
A proposed state law would end gender and sexual orientation discrimination.
The Superior Court ruling came just as state Supreme Court justices are about to hear arguments on more than 20 similar cases on Sept. 10.
Union leaders are at odds over allowing Gov. Tom Corbett to march in the annual Labor Day parade.
The court also agreed that she must write letters of apology to staff and fellow judges, but not on a photograph of herself in handcuffs.
Speakers noted the difficulty of reaching a formula that could fairly distribute state money to the many types of schools in Pennsylvania.
Fresh Start is bringing its Tomalis protests to Pittsburgh as part of a statewide effort to dog Gov. Tom Corbett.
Are legislative newsletters a way to keep voters informed or taxpayer-sponsored politics?
Pittsburgh officials say the city would be unfairly left out of proposed revisions to the act designed to help distressed cities.
Calls continued Wednesday for investigations into whether he was a “ghost employee” and into email retention policy.
Gov.Tom Corbett said Ron Tomalis “did his work” despite others calling for his ouster after the Post-Gazette found little work product.
The two men will square off Sept. 22 at a Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce dinner in Hershey, according to a schedule from the campaigns.
Governor and Democratic nominee joined a roster of other politicians in cracking wise to raise money for underprivileged children.
The gubernatorial candidates also will debate in Hershey and Philadelphia.
Mr. Larsen was the first justice to be impeached and removed from office by the state Legislature.
A new law could help modernize storage and preservation of court records electronically, not just through paper copies or microfilm.
Questions about Mr. Tomalis’ work effort in the past year arose this week following the publication of a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette story.
Actuaries found that infusing the systems with $9 billion from pension obligation bonds could reduce employer contributions $24.5 billion.
The poll was conducted for CBS and the New York Times by the Internet polling firm YouGov.