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Taxpayers footed Pa.’s bill for election lawsuits. Costs went into the millions

The Pennsylvania Department of State paid law firms over $3.4 million for work on election-related lawsuits. They came from at least three political parties.

By Julia Agos

Some in power are still mad that Pa.’s Supreme Court ruled on election law. Here’s why it matters now.

Several court watchers say the belief is more complicated than it seems, while political strategists say it’s part of a wider plan to make voting in Pennsylvania more difficult.

By Sam Dunklau

Foundation grant aids Pittsburgh’s Black opera landmark

The Richard King Mellon Foundation announced it was awarding $500,000 to efforts to restore the National Negro Opera Company House.

By Bill O'Driscoll/WESA

Pa. man accused of leaving impeachment manager vulgar voicemails

Authorities have charged a man accused of leaving a series of vulgar voicemails at the Pennsylvania district office of U.S. Rep. Madeleine Dean as she worked as an impeachment manager in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump.

By The Associated Press