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Why the Kenyatta vs. Fetterman vs. Lamb Senate Primary Is the Race to Watch in May

On May 17th, the Democratic U.S. Senate primary will be a political “Infinity War” of sorts. The three major candidates vying for their party’s nomination […]

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Opioid-Related Deaths in Pa., New Jersey Outpacing National Average

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pennsylvania and New Jersey are among the states hardest hit by the opioid epidemic, which […]

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Pennsylvania Leaders Vow to Fight Medical Marijuana Overreach

In a recent memo addressed to the top prosecutors from each of our country’s 50 states, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his decision to […]

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Airports Will Still Accept Your Pennsylvania Driver’s License in 2018

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security granted an extension to the Keystone State for compliance with the federal […]

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Study: Educated Millennials Are Leaving Pennsylvania

A new study from the Pennsylvania Independent Fiscal Office claims the state may have a problem retaining its educated millennials. According to the IFO, 47,000 […]

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Pa. Gets Extension on REAL ID Act Licenses

Passed in 2005 in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the REAL ID Act required state drivers licenses to comply with federal standards that were […]

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People Urging a Vote Recount in Pa. “In Denial,” Says Local Election Attorney

Computer scientists and election lawyers are asking the Hillary Clinton campaign to recount election votes in three states, including Pennsylvania, New York Magazine reported last night. The […]

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Pa. Paid Lawyer a Grand to Stand on Constitution Center Stage

Nice work if you can get it. On December 1st of last year, then-Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane held a press conference. She showed a […]

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Why Democrats Keep Visiting Philly to Stump for Hillary Clinton

Tim Kaine debates Mike Pence tonight in the campaign’s lone vice presidential debate. Even though it won’t reach viewership levels of the first presidential debate, […]

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Report: New Jersey, Pennsylvania Aren’t Doing Enough to Prevent Cancer

A new study from the American Cancer Society found that New Jersey is the only state in the country that spends zero dollars on tobacco prevention […]


Pennsylvania Sees Jump in Best States for Business Ranking, But Still at the Bottom

While Pennsylvania rose in rank on this year’s best-states-to-do-business list, the commonwealth still sits toward the bottom. CNBC‘s latest annual state ranking places Pennsylvania at […]

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Poll: Plurality of Pennsylvanians Want Philly to Secede

Pennsylvanians want Philadelphia to leave the state. Not all of them, of course. But according to a new poll from conservative firm Harper Polling, among […]

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Swing State Poll: Trump Now Ahead of Clinton in Pennsylvania

Donald Trump is ahead of Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania in a Quinnipiac University poll released today. The Swing State Poll provided an update on data […]

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Swing State Poll: Clinton and Trump Neck-and-Neck in Pa.

A Quinnipiac University poll found the contest between presumptive presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump too close to call in Pennsylvania. In Pa., 42 […]


Court Rules Jerry Sandusky Can Get Pennsylvania Pension Back

A Commonwealth Court panel ruled unanimously today that Jerry Sandusky is still entitled to his state pension despite being convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys. […]