Officials are routinely citing the law to deny public records requests, but legal experts say the state can be more transparent — if it wants.
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Condemn, discuss, repeat: Students of color say Pa.’s state universities fail to address campus racism
At best, many students of color said they feel unwelcome and ill-supported. At worst, they feel unsafe and targeted.
Some counties are leaning on trusted community messengers to improve contact tracing success.
Thousands of deaths later, Pa. finally mandates universal testing in nursing homes, but not for another month
The Wolf administration in May touted widespread testing, but its plan fell short and, as of early June, only 75 of about 1,900 facilities had done it.