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HARRISBURG — Rep. Seth Grove, R-York, made another public appeal to Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday to reach a deal on election reform.
A poll from Franklin & Marshall College indicates a majority of residents support voter ID laws and signature verification on ballots.
The organization sets a price on carbon dioxide emissions that fossil fuel-fired power plants emit.
The nearest opportunity for Republicans to get the election-related proposals on the ballot is 2023. Before that, the proposals must pass the Legislature twice in two consecutive legislative sessions.
The suspended regulations cover a wide swath of government requirements, including licensing, inspections and training.
NORRISTOWN — Unvaccinated children looking to participate in camps this summer should be able to do so safely amid lingering impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to health officials.
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Pennsylvania Senate lawmakers approved a measure Wednesday that would strip away the authority of the Department of Health to implement mandatory masking and social distancing orders.
Gift-ban legislation is routinely introduced and sees no action, despite pledges from top lawmakers to support it.