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After more than four years in office, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is still adamant that the state needs a severance tax on natural gas.
HARRISBURG >> State Rep. Perry Warren, D-Bucks, said legislation that would prohibit child marriage in Pennsylvania before the age of 18 was approved by the House Judiciary Committee today and can now be considered by the full House.
Pennsylvania State University was a bit of a geographic outlier when it joined the Big Ten Conference in 1990, becoming the easternmost school in a grouping that was otherwise solidly Midwest.
Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Chancellor Daniel Greenstein spoke about PASSHE’s shared system redesign plan during an open for…
WEST CHESTER — State Sen. Andy Dinniman, D-19, and his rescue poodle, Jagger, were joined by animal advocates, bipartisan lawmakers, and Gov. Tom Wolf this week to call for stronger humane legislation to protect pet animals in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman will stop in Downingtown on Monday as part of his listening tour to hear what residents think about the possibility of legalizing recreational marijuana.
WEST CHESTER — House Bill 629, which would require insurers in Pennsylvania to cover treatment for Lyme disease, overwhelmingly passed the House on Tuesday and will be considered in the Senate this month, according to state Rep. Chris Sappey, among those who voted for the bill.
When it comes to distracted driving, Berks, Chester and Montgomery counties are among the top counties in Pennsylvania for issuing citations to drivers.