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A statement from his attorney said Mr. McCord will plead guilty to federal charges related to “taking advantage” of potential contributors.
Federal investigators have been asking questions about Mr. McCord’s campaign fundraising.
The governor is posting it online as part of his efforts to provide transparency in state government.
With a change in state leadership roles and attitudes, medical marijuana in Pennsylvania may become a reality this year.
Gov. Tom Wolf officially ending plans by the Legislature to raise dollars for the budget this fiscal year through new drilling deals.
The seven-seat Pennsylvania Supreme Court has two vacancies, with a third seat coming open at the end of the year.
In the last legislative session, a bill to add LGBT protections to the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act attracted 90 House sponsors.
Last week, Gov. Tom Wolf recalled 28 nominations, which he characterized as having been made at the “eleventh hour.”
Gov. Tom Wolf, who supported medical marijuana during his campaign, met Tuesday with families advocating for its legalization.
The suit argues that the actions violate both the constitutional principle of separation of powers and the right-to-know law.
A group says the governor’s action could lead to firings by future governors who dislike the agency’s rulings and erode its authority.
One of the main figures in a northeastern Pennsylvania juvenile justice scandal has been disbarred from the practice of law.
Erik Arneson, appointed director by Gov. Tom Corbett in his final days in office, had been stripped of his keys and parking permit.
The former state representative, who lost her seat through redistricting, will be Gov. Tom Wolf’s liaison with southwestern Pennsylvania.
No charges can be filed against Attorney General Kathleen Kane until the Supreme Court rules on the special prosecutor in the case.
Gov. Tom Wolf said former Gov. Tom Corbett’s Jan. 9 naming of Senate Republican aide Erik Arneson was “anything but open and transparent.”
A Public Policy Polling survey suggests a tight re-election battle for the Republican, whose approval rating has dropped since June.
The PLCB has “closed the gates” on the approval of new special-order wine and liquor, aggravating delays for Pennsylvania vendors.
Toomey will head the Senate Finance Committee’s subcommittee on health care; Casey is the ranking Democrat on the taxation and IRS panel.
The bill could lead to a statewide vote on the issue and, ultimately, a constitutional amendment.
Moon Area School District officials approached Cornell School District officials in June to discuss possibly combining the districts.
SB 4 would let voters decide -whether to amend the constitution to give legislators power to define what constitutes a nonprofit.
Gov. Tom Wolf said he will devote his administration to the goals of jobs that pay, schools that teach and a government that works.
Wolf enters office buoyed by high expectations from voters.
Mr. Wolf also announced that former state representative Kathy Manderino is his pick to lead the Department of Labor & Industry.
The party starts at 8 p.m. Tuesday, following the swearing-in of Democrat Tom Wolf at noon at the State Capitol in Harrisburg.
The wife of the new governor is a working artist with a record of community involvement but is likely to keep a low profile.
David Carmicheal, Pennsylvania’s new state archivist, is overseeing construction of a new archive warehouse for thousands of records.
Ted Dallas at Human Services, Karen Murphy at Health, Gary Tennis at Drug and Alcohol Programs and Rachel Levine as the physician general.
British Prime Minister David Cameron stepped into a U.S. domestic debate to back President Barack Obama.
Marcus L. Brown, the head of the Maryland state police, was noted for efforts to promote diversity in the Maryland.
Leslie Richards has experience in transportation, including in the private sector as a senior project manager at an engineering firm.
Republican senators and congressmen are in Hershey this week to set their agendas for the coming year.
Mr. Wolf expects to have a full Cabinet announced by the time he's sworn in Jan. 20, spokesman Jeffrey Sheridan said.
“I’m very disappointed in the way that this whole process has worked, very disappointed,” Attorney General Kathleen Kane said.
More than 150,000 households have applied for coverage in Medicaid expansion alternative.
Gov.-elect Tom Wolf has chosen the top Senate Democratic budget aide Randy Albright to be his budget secretary.
Jim Cawley will begin his new job Feb. 9. Gov.-elect Tom Wolf and his lieutenant governor, Mike Stack, take office Jan. 20.
Tom Wolf’s picks are former leaders in environmental, conservation, general services and corrections and a new face in insurance.
The Philadelphia Inquirer said its reporters would invoke the Shield Law, which offers protection against identifying confidential sources.
The ex-cornerback is currently an Allegheny County Common Pleas Court judge.
Evening festivities are planned at the Hershey Lodge following the governor-elect’s Jan. 20 inauguration.
Corrections Secretary John Wetzel will stay and three former officials and a new face will be in Gov.-elect Tom Wolf’s cabinet.
Watchdogs say Bruce Rauner’s inauguration festival — with a tab estimated to reach $10 million — is emblematic of a trend in other states.
Grand jury recommends Risa Vetri Ferman, Montgomery County district attorney, to prosecute Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane.
The gov.-elect criticized the decision to appoint a Republican as director of the state’s Office of Open Records.
Washington crisis counselor Lanny Davis vowed that Kane will be vindicated, whether or not she faces criminal charges in an investigation.
So should a grand jury start investigating the grand jury that investigated the grand-jury leak?
Pennsylvania’s embattled attorney general defends herself Friday: ““I did nothing illegal. Period.”
If Mr. Bucar were to leave, the city would find itself searching for its second public safety director in less than a year.