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What is the future of Philadelphia’s horse-drawn carriage rides?
Pennsylvania state lawmakers convicted of a felony would be automatically expelled under new proposal
“Name another job, where you get convicted of a crime and can remain in that job for years? So why should elected leaders be treated any differently?”
Proposal would move up Pennsylvania presidential primary to make voters’ pick more relevant
“This is an issue about making sure Pennsylvania’s voice can be heard in the primary election for president before a substantial decision has been made.”
Pennsylvania infrastructure barely gets passing grade in new review
Philadelphia says it’s ready to welcome migrants sent by bus from Texas with ‘open arms’
“If it is (Texas) Governor Abbot, they should re-examine their Christian values because they talk about it a lot, but they don’t do much.”
Faith-based groups hitting the road to encourage Pennsylvanians to vote
Some former prisoners in Pennsylvania are eligible to vote, and this group is spreading the word
An effort is underway in Pennsylvania to get all qualified voters a ballot this time around. That even includes some who are incarcerated.
Former Philadelphia police officer to stand trial for first-degree murder of 12-year-old boy
Larry Krasner to fight impeachment effort at Pa. House hearing in Philadelphia
Pennsylvania House Republicans will hold a hearing today over what they say is Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner’s “willful refusal” to tackle what they say is “unchecked violent crime” in the city.