Federal officials want the money to benefit publicly-owned networks, but Pa. law gives phone companies a “virtual veto.”
Pennsylvania’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate ended with Dave McCormick conceding to Mehmet Oz, but the taxpayer-funded statewide recount — triggered by the tight margin — continues.
The Pennsylvania primaries of May 17, 2022, proved a good night for Donald Trump, a better one for “Trumpism” and a problem for moderates hoping for a candidate primed to capture the center in the upcoming midterms. Trump’s officially endorsed Senate candidate, Mehmet Oz, is currently in a tight race with main GOP rival David McCormick – with the balloting set for a recount.
Philadelphia, PA − May 24, 2022 − Today, Senator Nikil Saval (D–Philadelphia County) held a rally attended by more than 200 housing and energy advocates, community leaders, Pennsylvania residents, and Democrat and Republican legislators from the General Assembly to call for the passage of his bipartisan Whole-Home Repairs Act (Senate Bill 1135).
Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf ordered commonwealth flags on all commonwealth facilities, public buildings and grounds to fly at half-staff on Monday, May 30, 2022, in honor of Memorial Day.
Philadelphia, PA- In our most recent interview with WITF reporter Gabriela Martinez we did an interview with her where we discussed about anti-abortion treatment.
(Harrisburg) – Last week’s primary resulted in several Latino candidates heading to general elections for state offices, and one vying to represent the midstate in Washington D.C.
LANCASTER, Pa. – Following the recent shooting deaths of 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and 10 Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y., state lawmakers, and aspiring state lawmakers alike, who represent Lancaster County are gearing up for yet another battle over gun violence reduction legislation.
Acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman announced Wednesday afternoon that the margin between Mehmet Oz and Dave McCormick in the GOP primary is enough to trigger an automatic recount, which could last into June and end up costing Pennsylvania taxpayers more than $1 million.
HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Sens. Chris Gebhard (R-48) and Devlin Robinson (R-37) to improve enforcement of the construction industry’s use of the federal E-Verify system was voted out of the Senate Labor and Industry Committee today.