Pennsylvania has an estimated 212 million cubic yards of coal waste which have been a problem no one seemed able to fix. But a newer type of power plants is taking up that challenge.Read More →
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf says he wants to make taxes in Pennsylvania more fair.
Some of the state’s wealthier residents might question his definition of the word.Read More →
Municipal leaders across Pennsylvania are fretting over legislation that would give the National Rifle Association the power to sue over local gun regulations that reach beyond state law, but the NRA believes it’s their own fault should they end up on the losing side of an expensive court battle.Read More →
By Andrew Staub | PA Independent
Checking in on the state of the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court isn’t for the weak of constitution these days.
That’s thanks to the stunning development from earlier this week, when the state Supreme Court suspended Justice Seamus McCaffery from his duties.
Chief Justice Ron Castille blasted McCaffery in a sharply worded concurring statement, [...]
Four years ago, Pennsylvanians went to the polls and elected Tom Corbett as the 46th governor of their state.Read More →
State lawmakers fast-tracked legislation last week that would give victims the power to seek a civil injunction to silence their offenders if they believe their speech is re-victimizing them.Read More →