Gov. Wolf, a Democrat, has not endorsed the plan, but Republicans who control the Senate sent strong signals Wednesday that it may be what ultimately ends up being the solution to the state's nearly four-month-long budget stalemate.
"I don't know where we are right now," House Minority Leader Dermody said.
Those eight words encapsulated what most everyone in the Capitol was thinking as the week drew to a close: more than three months into the state's stubborn impasse, those involved in negotiations are out of new ideas for a deal...
Simon Property Group, the $59 billion company based in Indianapolis that owns King of Prussia Mall, also owns Philadelphia Mills Mall, formerly Franklin Mills, in Northeast Philadelphia and is attempting to turn its effort into a federal case to assure the cannabis business never launches.
It seems everybody but the student borrower gets a financial advantage, and that is a disgrace.
Another day, another budget plan. It remains to be seen if this one sticks.
U.S. Rep. Tom Marino, a seeming lock for Trump's drug czar, withdrew his name from consideration Tuesday, after the publication of an explosive report about a little-noticed law that severely limits the Drug Enforcement Administration's ability to go after the drug manufacturers that supply pill mills...
Instead of trimming wholesale prices to absorb some of the soda tax, beverage companies are spending millions in an anti-tax campaign.
The Pa. Republican congressman played a key role in weakening the federal government's authority to stop companies from distributing opioids, according to an investigative report by the Washington Post and "60 Minutes."
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania Legislature have asked a federal court to delay trial in a lawsuit seeking new congressional maps for the 2018 midterm election.
Franklin Labs LLC had circulated a confidential prospectus soliciting bids for the company, its permit, and its 47,000-foot grow house in Reading.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's administration on Monday blamed President Donald Trump and the Republican-led Congress for a sharp increase in the cost of health insurance that will take effect next year for some of the 500,000-plus people who buy individual plans in Pennsylvania.
A state senator from Mount Pocono is pushing an effort to kill Philadelphia's soda tax while critics of the levy gather for a hearing in Harrisburg Tuesday.
Accomplished Pittsburgh lawyer Laura Ellsworth joins the race to lead a state known for "man's world" politics.