A key Pennsylvania state senator says he’s not ready to push forward a House-passed bill that would codify what steps governmental bodies — from county commissions to local zoning boards — must follow to conduct business during the coronavirus outbreak.
Josh Juffe drove up to Freedom Armory, where a large sign describes it as “Your Second Amendment Connection,” only to find that the gun store was closed.
Pennsylvania has more than 6,000 governmental agencies and elected bodies, responsible for operating everything from county government to school systems and historic architectural reviews. All are required to comply with the state’s Sunshine Law, which requires that deliberations and officia…
The Pennsylvania Instant Check System, which is used to determine if someone can legally acquire a license to carry a firearm or obtain a firearm for a seller, saw a “surge in requests” earlier this week, said Major Gary Dance, director of the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Records and …
Despite concerns from some lawmakers about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the Pennsylvania House plans to return to the state Capitol for a legislative session on Monday.
GOP Speaker says election to fill Bucks Co. seat will remain scheduled for Tuesday
A Pennsylvania legislator wants to expand mail-in balloting in the state as a way to protect vulnerable populations from the spread of coronavirus.
Matthew Keller got word on Thursday that he was losing his job. He wasn’t performing poorly at the Cold Choice salad bar in Lebanon, where he works food prep. In fact, he was on track to a full-time schedule at $9.50 per hour.
The number of confirmed and presumed coronavirus infections in the state is not discouraging legislators from returning to the Capitol in Harrisburg next week.
Pennsylvania agriculture officials are nearly doubling the number of counties under quarantine because of the spotted lanternfly.