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One ritzy fundraiser shows how tough selling lobbying reform in Pa. will be

A campaign event for Jake Corman, the top Republican in the state Senate, is being organized by a company that has cornered the market on a political practice he wants to end.

By Angela Couloumbis/Spotlight PA, Brad Bumsted/The Caucus and Sam Janesch/The Caucus

House Speaker Cutler tests positive for COVID-19

Rep. Bryan Cutler is the latest of more than a dozen lawmakers who have contracted the virus throughout the course of the pandemic.

By Sam Dunklau

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Special election to fill state House vacancy set for May 18

Speaker Bryan Cutler announced Tuesday the special election to replace Westmoreland County Republican Rep. Mike Reese, who died Jan. 2.

By The Associated Press

Elections shaping up to become major issue in Pa. Legislature

Republicans will push to pass something before the May 18 primary election, although getting it signed into law will depend on bringing aboard Gov. Tom Wolf.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

House GOP calls for increased scrutiny of Pa. election process

GOP leadership wants to the commonwealth to wait to certify the vote until a “full audit” of the election can be complete.

By Sam Dunklau

Meet Pa. House Speaker Bryan Cutler: A farmer, a triathlete, a leader who never forgets his mistakes

Bryan Cutler sat down last week with PennLive to talk about his role, the issues that lie ahead for the remainder of the session, and the tenets by which he lives.

By Jan Murphy/PennLive

House votes to make Republican Rep. Cutler its next speaker

The vote for Rep. Bryan Cutler of Lancaster County was technically unanimous, and was a step up from the position of majority leader he has held for nearly two years.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

Clash between Gov. Wolf and GOP legislature hinges on different understandings of power under the Pa. Constitution

What the governor's powers are and how they interact with those of the legislature are complex questions, and, to some extent, the answers depend upon whom you ask.
By Benjamin Pontz