Pennsylvania Republican Party mavericks thumped the GOP establishment Tuesday with a write-in campaign winning a state Senate seat for York businessman Scott Wagner.
Pennsylvania Recent Headlines
The state Ethics Commission has found that three officers of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) violated the commonwealth’s Ethics Act by using their government positions for personal gain.
The Pennsylvania House voted last week to close a loophole in criminal law allowing union violence — to a dramatic outcry from the state’s labor unions.
National Review Online (NRO) reported Friday that the bosses of a Philadelphia labor union have been living large, courtesy of rank-and-file union members.
A number of Gas Workers Local 686 members attended a Philadelphia City Council meeting to protest the sale of Philadelphia Gas Works to UIL Holdings Corp.
Pennsylvania Senate Democrats apparently agree that borrowing $9 billion to temporarily paper over the state’s $49 billion public pension shortfall is a good idea.
Bob Guzzardi, a conservative activist, has filed with the Pennsylvania Department of State to run against Tom Corbett in the Republican primary election.
The recently proposed bill would let Pennsylvania universities leave the state system to individually address increasing costs and stagnant state funding.
Around 200 protestors were waiting for Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter when he arrived at City Hall for his annual budget address to City Council last Thursday.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) Marketing Director Jim Short’s career came to an abrupt end last week with his retirement just days before publication of a State Ethics Commissioner report that will likely cast him in a negative light.