Leaders of Pennsylvania’s four state-related universities, which receive state tax dollars but operate with minimal government oversight, said Thursday they’re supportive of Gov. Josh Shapiro’s call for a performance-based approach to determining their funding.
With the Pennsylvania primary election less than two months away, voters in the Keystone State should know by the end of next week which U.S. Senate candidates will appear on the ballot.
With Pennsylvania’s primary election less than 60 days away, a nonpartisan group is stepping up the pace to educate people on voting by mail and by absentee ballot.
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) Action, the conservative super PAC backed by the Koch organization, has launched a $1 million ad campaign in support of Pennsylvania GOP U.S. Senate candidate David McCormick.
A tile numbered between 31 and 40 is pulled from the bag, and the lower the number, the higher a given candidate appears on the ballot. The peculiar process, prescribed by the state’s Election Code, is how election officials ensure fairness in selecting who gets the coveted top ballot position.
Gov. Josh Shapiro on Thursday announced the state would revive a task force first convened during Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration to mitigate threats to the state’s elections processes and protect voters from intimidation.
“An acute frustration” is how Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth Al Schmidt described his staff’s effort to work with federal officials to allow Pennsylvania nurses to use their licenses in other states.
A new study has identified a path for its industries to reduce their emissions by 80% by 2050 but additional efforts are needed to achieve the goal in the industrial sector. The “Roadmap to Industrial Decarbonization” outlines specific strategies for each type of industry in the state to lower their carbon footprint.
Gov. Josh Shapiro toured the Community College of Allegheny County on Tuesday and offered more details on his proposed plan to unite the 10 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities with the state’s 15 community colleges.
Lt. Gov. Austin Davis joined gun safety advocates and those affected by gun violence to highlight the investments in Gov. Josh Shapiro’s proposed budget focused on dealing with the problem.