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Spotlight PA held a free panel with health experts about what you need to know going into the fall. Here are the takeaways.
Redistricting will shape the balance of power in Washington and Harrisburg for years to come — and there are numerous ways for members of the public to have a say.
The 5-member panel that draws new state House and Senate maps will have to consider how to evenly distribute Pennsylvania’s shifting population.
Data released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau reveals that Pennsylvania’s population grew by 2.4% between 2010 and 2020.
The state currently requires nursing homes to provide residents with 2.7 hours of direct care each day, despite a much higher federal recommendation.
Pa. House GOP commits to public meetings, vows ‘most transparent’ congressional redistricting process ever
Rep. Seth Grove (R., York) said his committee will hold at least eight public meetings across the state and accept suggestions for the map through a new website.
State Sen. David Argall said he did not know why his constituents were so distrusting of the results, as former President Donald Trump and allies continue to falsely claim the election was stolen.
Similar legislation has failed to move out of Republican-controlled committees, and it’s unclear if this year will be any different.
Legislature votes to immediately end Pa.’s coronavirus disaster declaration while keeping waivers in place
Republicans said terminating the emergency order was what Pennsylvanians demanded when they granted the legislative branch new powers during the May primary.