What exactly that money was used for, though, continues to be unknown.
Beaver Co. state rep. will continue to teach at Pitt after tweeting he would ‘not stop’ his car for protesters ‘with negative intentions’
As Democrats criticized Aaron Bernstine, a university spokesperson said Pitt “supports free speech and expression.”
There’s a major budget impasse happening in Harrisburg, so naturally lawmakers are fighting about ties
The House has passed a revenue plan, but will the Senate get on board?
“We know that we can’t stay where we’re at, because status quo don’t grow,” state Rep. Ed Gainey said.
If you’re ‘With Pitt,’ you can send a message to your lawmakers in Harrisburg.
Including at the Harrisburg office of Rep. Lou Barletta — Sen. Bob Casey’s most high-profile challenger thus far.
Paul Mango says the incumbent Dem pushed for $8B in tax increases. Did he?
The mayor’s on board, too.
Including closing a background check loophole and allowing guns in schools
A package of voting reform bills are again stuck in the committee. Another lawmaker is trying to avoid that fate.
They will rally Wednesday in Harrisburg. And you can join them.
Pa. legislature weighs how much you get to know about police body cameras, officers involved in shootings
A bill governing body camera policies is just one piece of policing legislation working its way through the state legislature.
State lawmakers listened to more than three hours of testimony this morning. We wrote this so you don’t have to.