Courts must take care to protect the constitutional rights of persons subject to forfeiture actions, since many are poor and without legal representation, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said in a unanimous opinion.
HARRISBURG - Gov. Wolf on Friday signed legislation that brings Pennsylvania into compliance with the 2005 Real ID law enacted following the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Legislation to allow an expansion of casino-style gambling and lottery play to the internet in Pennsylvania passed the state Senate on Wednesday, as lawmakers look for ways to heal the state's deficit-ridden finances by capturing new and younger gamblers.
Leach, an outspoken liberal who once called President Trump a “fascist, loofa-faced, s-gibbon,” is considering a challenge next year.
Going beyond law enforcement, Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro lays out 10-point plan to improve substance-abuse treatment.
The Appropriations Committee is asking the former governor to testify next month on the use of surplus money from the Democratic National Convention host committee.
Despite recent written and spoken suggestions that he’s in the Republican race for governor, I doubt House Speaker Mike Turzai actually will run...
Gov. Wolf says he plans to nominate Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller to head his proposed Department of Health and Human Services.
The legislature is expected to pass, and Gov. Wolf to sign, a bill that would bring Pennsylvania in compliance with federal Real ID standards. Pa. is among a handful of states that have resisted implementing the standards.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Gov. Tom Wolf's cabinet is undergoing some changes.
Health-care advocates predicted devastating consequences for the elderly — and their caregivers, often adult children — as they awaited a budget proposal from President Trump that’s expected to slash billions of dollars in aid to health and social-service programs.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Hundreds of gun rights supporters took their cause to the state Capitol on Monday, pushing for an agenda that includes looser rules for carrying concealed weapons.
Mike Turzai said, “You know, I haven’t heard anybody asking the governor to resign to run for governor, and yet he’s at the budget table.”
The wife of Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. Mike Stack has entered a residential treatment facility for a mental health issue amid fallout from complaints about the couple's behavior toward state employees.
They were part of the “March on Harrisburg” group, some of whom had walked 100 miles from Philadelphia to Harrisburg to demand an end gerrymandering and a ban on lobbyists’ gifts to legislators.