The exact language of the deal is still being written, and, if finalized, it would need approval from lawmakers in both chambers as well as Gov. Tom Wolf.
The state House Judiciary Committee sent four bills, including a proposed ban on assault weapons, to the chamber’s Local Government Committee, which brings them no closer to becoming law.
Harrisburg, PA -- Governor Tom Wolf today signed into law legislation that improves nursing license requirements to support trained individuals who want to enter the nursing profession in Pennsylvania.
In a statement on his Facebook page Wednesday, State Rep. Russ Diamond announced he was diagnosed with "a treatable form of prostate cancer."
HARRISBURG – Continuing to lead the way on regulatory reform and getting government out of the way, House Republicans on Tuesday highlighted their latest effort to cut red tape in the form of a package of bills that would empower local governments to better maintain their creeks and streams to protect lives and livelihoods from flooding.
(Harrisburg, Pa.) --- American Promise, a national citizen advocacy organization, today unveiled its report, “Uncommon Wealth: Outside Spending and Influence in the 2022 Pennsylvania Senate Election” – a comprehensive review of the untoward influence of money in Pennsylvania’s most recent senatorial primary elections.
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).