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Privatization debates in the Pennsylvania General Assembly could mean changes to where Pennsylvanians can buy six packs.
Medicaid expansion continues to hang over Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett and budget-making lawmakers.
The Centennial School Board this week appointed an architect to prepare a feasibility study to determine the best use for the district's administration building.
Pennsylvania’s Sen. Pat Toomey called for a congressional investigation into the IRS target scandal in a Monday statement.
State Reps will discuss possible changes Thursday.
An audit of the state liquor control board show the agency overstated its assets by more than $1 million over the last year.
Former U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, a Democrat, announced Tuesday that he's exploring another run for the Senate; Sestak narrowly lost to Pat Toomey in 2010.
A Monday hearing of the Pennsylvania Senate State Government Committee involved testimony on adding a fee for commercial records requests.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ron Castille says the prime concerns for the judiciary branch are financial, and widespread understanding of the purpose of the courts.
Pennsylvania Chief Justice Ron Castille gave the reapportionment commission a passing grade, barely, on their second try at drawing a new electoral map.
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