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What kind of education does Pennsylvania owe its public school students? A judge will now decide

The petitioners — including the School District of Lancaster and the Shenandoah Valley School District in Schuylkill County — have been arguing Pennsylvania’s school system is so underfunded, it violates the state constitution.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

Penn State president is at the center of a whistleblower lawsuit filed against the University of Louisville

The suit by a former attorney at the University of Louisville alleges she was demoted and punished for reporting an assistant basketball coach for attempted extortion.

By Anne Danahy/WPSU

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Pennsylvania appeals court order blocking climate plan

The Wolf administration estimates that the initiative will reduce Pennsylvania’s carbon dioxide emissions by up to 225 million tons through 2030.

By The Associated Press

The Wolf Administration argues to keep mail-in balloting in Pennsylvania during appeal

If the Commonwealth Court’s ruling stands, the 2-year-old voting law would no longer be in effect as of March 15.

By The Associated Press

Pennsylvania lawmakers OK veto-bound bill aimed at killing local gun laws

Despite the veto threat by Gov. Tom Wolf, the bill passed the Republican-controlled chamber, 32-17.

By The Associated Press