AboutJohn Finnerty reports from the Harrisburg Bureau for the New Castle News and other Pennsylvania newspapers owned by CNHI. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @cnhipa.
The crisis at the Texas border where thousands of Haitian refugees gathered to try to enter the country evolved 1,800 miles away, but for Haitians living in Pennsylvania, it has been a matter of deep concern.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro late Thursday filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Wolf administration asking a judge to bar Senate Republicans from using subpoenas to get personal information -- including partial Social Security numbers and driver’s license number for 9 million Pennsylvania voters
The chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee said Wednesday that revelations about turnpike toll scofflaws raise questions about the wi…
The state House sent Gov. Tom Wolf legislation Tuesday that would increase the penalties for encouraging an individual to commit suicide — a b…
Hours after Attorney General Josh Shapiro joined abuse survivors for a rally Monday, the state Senate majority leader said there are no plans …
Much of the information being sought by Senate Republicans through subpoenas issued to the Department of State is already available as public records that are routinely used by political campaigns to target voters.
Responding to Gov. Tom Wolf’s school mask mandate will likely be on their agenda, though legislative leaders are stopping short of saying exactly how they plan to respond.
The House Health committee has asked an obscure state committee to weigh in on whether the acting health secretary has the authority to mandate masks in schools to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.