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Pennsylvania removes email database of public employees

The public can no longer use an online search of public employee emails after the state removed it due to security concerns.
By Danielle Ohl/Spotlight PA

The Pennsylvania state House is coming back with a Democratic majority. Will it finally be able to move forward?

The chamber will return this week to focus on providing legal relief to sexual abuse survivors, but leaders are still debating what permanent rules to govern the chamber should look like.

By Stephen Caruso/SpotlightPA

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Wolf and GOP state lawmakers at odds over Pa. election code changes, county election offices worry about timing

While the governor sees a GOP-backed bill in the Senate as an ‘opening salvo,’ points of disagreement still must be worked out before any election code changes are finalized.

By Sam Dunklau

Pennsylvania’s tax collections suffer for 3rd straight month

Through 11 months of the fiscal year, the state's collections of $29.6 billion is $2.6 billion, or 8%, below projections.
By The Associated Press

Pennsylvania preps short-term budget amid coronavirus uncertainty

Officials in the House and Senate Republican majorities said that they expected to wrap up votes on a roughly $25.8 billion package this week.
By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

Updated: 2020-05-01 14:19:00

Budget fallout from the coronavirus hitting Pennsylvania hard

The losses from the shutdowns can be expected to widen in May and beyond.
By Marc Levy/The Associated Press and Claudia Lauer/The Associated Press