HARRISBURG, NY — A group of prosecutors visited the Pennsylvania Senate on April 8 as part of their legislative outreach efforts with the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association. They met with Sen. Lisa Baker, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, to discuss pertinent issues.
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HARRISBURG, PA — State Sen. Dan Laughlin, who has been appointed as chair of the Senate Game & Fisheries Committee for the 2019-20 legislative session, said that one of his priorities in the position is to try once again to legalize Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG, NY — The week-long Pennsylvania Farm Show kicked off January 5, and featured its first ever craft beer competition, with 152 entries from 28 brewers in the state.
HARRISBURG, PA — Pennsylvania transportation officials announced last month that it is one of eight states forming a regional Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI).
HARRISBURG, PA — Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, on November 29 established a commission to study the redistricting process, and specifically to come up with suggestions as to how the process can be changed to reduce gerrymandering.
HARRISBURG, PA — Continuing the Wolf Administration’s effort to recognize women who have served their country through the military, the Pennsylvania Commission for Women is seeking statewide nominations for its fourth annual Female Veterans Day Ceremony, part of Women’s History Month in March 2019.
HARRISBURG, PA — Legislation has been proposed in Harrisburg that would ban loaded firearms in vehicles as a precaution against road-rage killings. The legislation was sparked by the death of Bianca Roberson in West Chester in January 2017.
HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) has joined with the Center for Rural Pennsylvania (CRP) to encourage internet customers to participate in a broadband speed test.
HARRISBURG, PA — Legislation that would increase penalties for trespass on “critical infrastructure” passed in the Environmental Resources and Energy Committee on September 25, on a near party-line vote, with 15 Republicans and 11 Democrats voting in favor and one Republican opposed.