Committed to being a full-time governor, Democrat Phil Murphy, 59, of Middletown, says he would make the state a leader once again in environmental protection and economic growth.
Marino had spent years trying to get versions of his bill passed. The successful version reportedly was written by a former DEA lawyer who had taken a revolving-door job with the drug industry.
It seems everybody but the student borrower gets a financial advantage, and that is a disgrace.
Even when people see grown men kneeling on a football field to protest racism, they refuse to believe that's what they're doing. They dismiss the protesters as unpatriotic flag haters.
Instead of trimming wholesale prices to absorb some of the soda tax, beverage companies are spending millions in an anti-tax campaign.
Deal-making isn't unusual in politics. The problem with Trump's approach is that he's always the primary beneficiary, politically or financially.
There are now more payday loan stores in the United States than McDonald's restaurants. An estimated 12 million borrowers who lack access to credit elsewhere turn to payday lenders.
Her most passionate reflections are about defending the rights of crime victims, both those who are the objects of criminal acts and those who are trapped in neighborhoods besieged by violence and neglect.
The issues facing the D.A.'s Office are, perhaps now more than ever, at the heart of Philadelphia public discourse.
Key legislators have been singing the same song, saying that if only a gambling expansion bill were passed state-supported universities wouldn't need to worry about funding.
President Trump's new ACA rules will leave millions of women without access to birth control and consequently increase contraceptive costs to state-funded programs.
Council members are caught in a culture war between older residents and those who ride bikes to work or school and who have been at the heart of revitalizing the city.
As Senate president, Stephen Sweeney has worked with Republicans to make realistic budgetary decisions, including by passing pension and health care reform legislation.
In the last seven years, natural-gas-friendly-legislators have quashed almost 70 attempts to impose a severance tax in Pennsylvania.