So far this session, just 149 of the 3,265 bills introduced — or 4.6 percent — have been enacted.
A new survey documents just how hard-hit Pennsylvania nonprofits were by the state’s months-long budget impasse.
A news conference had been scheduled to announce preliminary results of an investigation into inappropriate emails found on state servers.
While Armstrong is solidly Republican, it’s also the only Pittsburgh-area county where Democrats backed Mr. Sanders over Ms. Clinton.
Preliminary findings of a months-long investigation into pornographic and racist emails on state servers will be released Tuesday afternoon.
The measure that determines how much state aid school districts receive will add a new level of transparency to the process.
Under the bill, some first-time offenders will need to use the device for at least one year.
Former state Rep. Jesse White has narrowly lost a primary bid to take a run at his former House seat.
John Quigley urged environmental groups to take action, a move some say clouded his objectivity as a Cabinet member.
House Speaker comes under fire from group for his supposed role in a Walmart store location in McCandless.
Some legislators argue that the email may have compromised John Quigley’s objectivity.
Pa. Sen. Pat Toomey wants to penalize cities that refuse to cooperate with immigration officers.
With his action, the governor said the state should spend its time investing in teacher improvements, not paving the way for layoffs.
The bill that the House approved and sent to the Senate would expand the list to include a conviction, guilty plea or plea of no contest.
The comments from the GOP offer an early glimpse of how contentious budget negotiations could get as they hit high gear in coming weeks.
The risk of addiction to pain medications has been a major topic among state officials.
The House passed a bill requiring the use of ignition locks by first-time offenders whose blood-alcohol concentration is 0.10 percent.
Last-call and state-line regulations would be suspended for four days in July as Democrats hold their national convention in Philadelphia.
Sanctuary cities have formed to protect immigrants from local law enforcement profiling.
The budget allocated $1 million for PASS — Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System — to connect farmers with the charitable food system.
His effort Wednesday to get a vote on two federal court nominees was quickly shot down and drew immediate accusations of hypocrisy.
The proposed legislation expands the state’s anti-discrimination laws to offer protections long sought by LGBT advocates.
Gov. Tom Wolf gave his view of the importance and treatment of urban areas during a conference Tuesday.
John H. Estey pleaded guilty to a single count of wire fraud committed in 2011, when he was snared in an FBI investigation.
Through a spokesman, Gov. Tom Wolf said the state's focus shouldn't be on layoffs but on "how to invest in our schools.”
Democrat Katie McGinty is challenging Republican Pat Toomey in a close contest that could help determine which party controls the Senate.
A state legislator from Allegheny County touts a bill that spotlights the national motto and ”service to a power higher than yourself.”
Governor hears from local leaders and those affected by the crisis on how to deal with the drug epidemic.
“She was consistent and unequivocal that she would not lobby. . . she never wavered,” Thomas Jensen, managing director of Troutman Sanders.
Montgomery County DA’s office called the filing ”yet another chapter in her wearied feud” with former state investigators.
Squirrel Hill executive G. Reynolds “Renny” Clark will reach out to investigators, state agencies to clarify oversight agency’s finances.
List of delegates.
But 54 Pennsylvania delegates are essentially free agents, who can vote for anyone they want during July’s nominating convention.
According to the state, the vote is 48,686 to 47,677. That puts Mr. Shuster ahead of Art Halvorson by less than 1 percentage point.
Voters delivered a big blow to Bernie Sanders and to Republican underdogs Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Of the 71 Republican delegates at stake last night, only 17 will have their allegiances determined by the winner of the popular vote.
Rep. Mark Cohen, elected in a special election in May 1974, lost to community organizer Jared Solomon in Philadelphia.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took giant steps toward their respective nominations Tuesday.
Rep. Mike Doyle, D-Forest Hills, easily defeated his challenger but Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Bedford, was in a close race with Art Halvorson.
A nasty budget dispute that lasted the better part of a year didn’t appear to hurt any incumbent local state House members on Tuesday.
Montgomery County commissioner Josh Shapiro took the lead late Tuesday over Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr.
The establishment candidate heavily outspent her opponents — former Congressman Joe Sestak, Braddock Mayor John Fetterman, and Joseph
Voters will be able to choose the candidates who will go on to run in the November general election, as well as convention delegates.
The state Supreme Court today upheld a Commonwealth Court decision that rejected the paper's argument that emails should be retained.
John Kasich closed his town hall event this evening with a populist tone.
Going into Tuesday primaries, conservatives are troubled by the issues, tone and choices.
The Pennsylvania primary could all but seal the former secretary of state’s grip on the Democratic nomination for president.
Here’s a quick breakdown of races heading into Tuesday’s primary election.
Medical marijuana will be legal in Pennsylvania, but even its advocates suspect that some municipalities may try to block the drug’s sales.
The legislation also provides for the state to borrow $2.5 billion to reimburse school districts for construction projects.