Proposals to hold Pennsylvania’s presidential primaries in March rather than April and to permit poll watchers to operate outside the counties where they live are advancing in the Legislature
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State House Republicans blocked a proposal to prevent those ages 18 to 21 from possessing assault-style rifles.
A roadside historical marker installed less than a year ago to honor a gay rights pioneer has been removed after a state senator raised concerns with Pennsylvania’s state history agency.
Republican state lawmakers may soon decide which among the scores of potential amendments to the Pennsylvania Constitution will have any shot of making it to a voter referendum
At least seven counties — Bedford, Clinton, Crawford, Lehigh, Montour, Tioga and Warren — said they will begin Friday.
Two of the Pennsylvania Legislature’s most powerful Republicans were in real danger of going down to defeat to challengers from the right Wednesday as vote counting continued in the primary election.
Despite requests from county elections workers, the Legislature and governor were unable to reach an agreement to allow the counting of mail-in and absentee ballots to start earlier.
Going before voters in the May 17 primary election will be candidates for all 203 House and 25 of 50 Senate seats