The bills broadly seek to force electric utilities to file with state regulators a record of their votes at PJM, the nation’s largest regional transmission organization. But it’s something of an uphill fight.
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) is introducing legislation Wednesday aimed at making it easier for people with disabilities to participate in elections, by removing barriers to voting and running for office.
Gov. Josh Shapiro’s budget proposal drew reactions from across the political spectrum on Tuesday, with praise and criticism for his plans for education, economic development, transit and a host of other items.
Gov. Josh Shapiro said he wants to invest in the people of Pennsylvania with a $48.3 billion budget that directs new funding to education, economic growth, and creating better opportunities for residents.
The Keystone State’s primary election is less than 90 days away, and a nonpartisan, grassroots organization is already getting the word out to residents about the importance of voting and voter registration.
Pennsylvania Capitol Police said 126 people were arrested and cited for trespassing Monday during a protest against the commonwealth’s investment in Israel bonds.
Several websites belonging to the Pennsylvania court system were the target of an online attack Sunday that prevented access to court services, according to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.
Proposals to restructure Pennsylvania’s higher education system and boost public transit funding are expected to be centerpieces of Gov. Josh Shapiro’s upcoming Feb. 6 budget address.
Pennsylvania U.S. Sens. John Fetterman and Bob Casey wrote a letter to President Joe Biden this week expressing concern about the president’s decision to pause some export approvals for liquified natural gas, or LNG.
A new report has shed light on who would benefit most in Pennsylvania from raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2026.