Pennsylvania legislators want to declare pornography a public health crisis. On Monday, the Pennsylvania House Health Committee voted 19-5 to approve a resolution that calls for […]
Happy Election Day, Philadelphia! Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The most important presidential race in modern memory is today. There are also lots […]
Pennsylvania legislators advanced three controversial bills yesterday involving gun rights, sanctuary cities and police transparency.
Gov. Tom Wolf talked doom and gloom at today’s annual budget address. “Pennsylvania now faces a $2 billion budget deficit,” Wolf told a joint session […]
1. Philadelphia’s hotels were more booked last month than during any other June since 1993. The gist: The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Center City’s hotel occupancy rates “reached 89.4 percent in […]
A governor’s first actions in office are watched closely by the media, presumably because they tell us something about their priorities. Since Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, was inaugurated last […]
Seventeen years ago, the city and School District of Philadelphia filed suit against Pennsylvania, accusing it of failing to provide sufficient education funding in violation of the […]
Back in 2012, the NRA attempted to sue several Pennsylvania municipalities when they enacted gun laws stronger than Pennsylvania state laws. (Mayor Michael Nutter led […]