Williamsport, Pa. – Congressman Fred Keller visited three local manufactures last week during his congressional recess.
Harrisburg, Pa. – "I'm going to fight not for one part of Pennsylvania, not for one party of Pennsylvania, but for one Pennsylvania," stated Pennsylvania Lt. Governor John Fetterman, in a video announcing his official bid for U.S. Senate in 2022.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf is announcing changes at the Department of State after it failed to advertise a proposed constitutional amendment that would extend retroactively the timeline for victims to file civil actions against their abusers. Because of the error, the process to ame…
Pittsburgh, Pa. – One week after Republican members of the Pennsylvania Senate refused to seat Jim Brewster, a Democratic candidate from Allegheny county, a federal judge ruled that Mr. Brewster's win was legitimate.
Washington, D.C. – After the tear gas settled at the U.S. Capitol, curators responsible for the building's preservation assessed the damage, according to The New York Times.
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As time passes, old laws change and new ones are made. This year, a number of new laws go into effect that will affect residents across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Here's a look at a just few:
The Senate has voted 97-2 to approve the 9/11 Compensation Fund extension that will virtually ensure permanent funding for rescue workers whose work after the Sept. 11 attacks caused serious health problems.
Harrisburg – The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency (PHFA) Board of Directors approved the release of $2.47 million in Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement (PHARE) funding to be distributed across Bradford, Lycoming, Sullivan, Susquehanna, and Union counties. Th…