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According to multiple sources, the PLCB is contemplating a rule change that would allow beer to be sold in smaller quantities.
Diapers, caskets, candy and certain legal services are some of the proposed goods and services the governor’s budget proposal will tax.
The governor has presented his plan as one with a general fund, the state’s main operating account, of $29.88 billion. Republicans disagree.
The retired Navy admiral stood across from Independence Hall to declare his candidacy.
No one has been executed in Pennsylvania since 1999. Terrance Williams was scheduled for lethal injection today.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget proposal brought passionate responses from politicians, the business sector and advocacy groups Tuesday.
In his first budget proposal, the governor promises to increase support for school districts, community colleges and public universities.
Retired Admiral Joe Sestak formally announce his bid in Philadelphia today to oust U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, who won 51 to 49 percent in 2010.
Wolf’s budget projects that a new tax on the volume and value of gas flowing from Pennsylvania wells will take effect on Jan. 1, 2016.
“Our state is never going to get stronger as long as we make our schools weaker,” Mr. Wolf said in his prepared remarks.
The proposal would raise about $765.3 million for the state’s general fund and another $225 million to replace a Marcellus Shale impact fee
Common Pleas Senior Judge Judith Friedman’s one-sentence order means the city’s law remains in force, at least for now.
The new governor’s plan also calls for dramatically reducing school district property taxes.
Senate Bill 412, introduced by state Sen. John Blake, D-Lackawanna, is part of an effort to revamp Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s cabinet secretaries have identified $109 million they believe the state can save in the next fiscal year.
A total of 57 projects in Allegheny County are seeking more than $235 million in state redevelopment capital assistance this year.
The governor unveiled pieces of his economic plan to Lehigh Valley business leaders today.
For the third time, the Democrat representative from Penn Hills is trying to limit lawmakers’ outside income.
It was the biggest of six grants announced for smaller airports by PennDOT.
The Legislature has created no special rules to limit the use of the money, and such a large surplus is nearly unheard of in other states.
While there was discussion of moving forward with the Democratic nominee, state senators agreed that having one candidate would not work.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s package of nominees to fill two vacancies on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court fell apart Monday.
A group of retired troopers takes issue with Col. Marcus Brown, former Maryland police commissioner, wearing the uniform.
A look at this year's governor's race show how money is ever-present in the political process.
Thomas K. Kistler, president judge of Centre County Court, may have distributed an email that could be viewed as racially insensitive.
The Democratic State Committee is scheduled to vote on the endorsements Saturday as it winds up a two-day meeting in Hershey.
Gov. Wolf’s office calls it a “political stunt”; Florida’s GOP governor says he’s coming to woo companies to the more tax-friendly South.
His plea agreement states that the maximum sentence for the two counts of attempted extortion is 40 years in prison and a fine of $500,000.
Gov. Tom Wolf is known to just drop in at the offices of Republican and Democratic legislators for get-acquainted and policy meetings.
Gov.Tom Wolf, who is touring the state to pitch his 5 percent extraction tax, called it a “reasonable” and “competitive” approach.
Pennsylvania’s top political gadfly, Gene Stilp, who frequently used an inflated pig to criticize government officials, is retiring.
The moratorium will remain in effect until the governor receives and reviews a report of a task force established by the Senate in 2011.
Don’t look for powdered alcohol in any of Pennsylvania’s state-run liquor stores.
The House Education Committee heard testimony on two proposals that may affect what the state’s public school students have to learn.
Rep. Tim Murphy said the government isn’t properly serving people with mental illness.
House Majority Leader Dave Reed has announced plans to approve the old House liquor privatization bill the last week in February.
An effort to allow Pa. judges to serve until 75, rather than 70, took another step for the second time.
The bills would take away in Pennsylvania parental rights for a father who produces a child by rape but would continue financial support.
The Senate doesn’t limit how much members may spend on leases. House members’ office expenses are capped at $27,600 a year.
A report by The Enterprise Fund shows that it received $100,000 from Ross Nese of Pittsburgh.
The governor tells state health officials to withdraw parts of former Gov. Tom Corbett’s Healthy PA plan from further federal consideration.
As a possible amendment vote looms, tax man and Pennsylvania nonprofits fight “wars” in at least 10 counties.
Cecile Richards called Mr. Wolf “the first governor in the history of the country who was also a former Planned Parenthood clinic escort.”
Mr. White, 36, of Cecil, said his mother opened the credit account for him more than 10 years ago to help him establish his law practice.
The Pennsylvania Department of State said today that it has assessed the Enterprise Fund the maximum $500 in late filing fees.
The amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution would help to determine tax exemptions for nonprofit institutions.
“This is not about cutting,” he said. “We’re all starting with what we already do, and just doing it more efficiently.”
Erik Arneson, who was appointed by former Gov. Tom Corbett, contends Gov. Tom Wolf did not have the authority to fire him.