Pennsylvania’s hospitals will still be required to send key coronavirus data to the state amid the Trump administration’s move to strip the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of its role in coronavirus data collection.
A federal judge has agreed to fast track the lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump’s election campaign against Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar and the commonwealth’s 67 county election boards over vote-by-mail procedures.
The state board of education on Thursday voted 9-6 to approve Erie County’s community college plan.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday made good on his promise to seek speedy clarification from the courts in the dispute between the GOP-led legislature and his administration over his coronavirus emergency declaration.
To observe that various social and environmental factors contribute to African Americans having worse health outcomes than other groups and to suggest that structural inequities underlie those factors is not particularly novel. Physicians and researchers have made such observations for decad…
Executive order applies only to Erie, Allegheny, Philadelphia, Montgomery, Delaware and Dauphin counties.
Gov. Tom Wolf said Friday he’s confident that Pennsylvania students will return to their schools this fall.
The two Republicans on Lebanon County’s three-member board voted in favor of a resolution declaring that the county’s public and private sectors are moving to the yellow phase, but they warned that businesses that do the same could face civil and state penalties.
Immigrant families detained in Berks Family Residential Center were asked to sign forms this week that could lead to their children being separated from their parents, according to attorneys representing them.
Pennsylvania will roll out a number of major election changes next month — including an expansion of its vote-by-mail options. After state law changed last year, voters no longer need an excuse to vote by mail, and have more time to return their ballots and to register.