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.
With legislation unlikely to get through the legislature, the Syringe Access Network of Pennsylvania is looking to the governor for help.
Pittsburgh Democrats want to raise Pa.’s minimum wage, but getting state Republicans on board won’t be easy
Whether your state rep. or senator supports raising the minimum wage depends on if there’s a “D” or “R” after his name.
They will rally Wednesday in Harrisburg. And you can join them.
Similar bills died in the House State Government committee last session.
A bill passed the House with support from both Democrats and Republicans from the Pittsburgh area.
We asked them. Some answered.
Harrisburg is looking to offer more convenience. Also, we’re broke.
One member, Rep. Tony DeLuca, has again introduced a bill to penalize business owners who employ undocumented immigrants.
Rep. Dan Frankel said of the Fairness Act: “Ultimately I’m optimistic in the longterm that we’re going to get it done.”
Rep. Tony DeLuca’s bills on the subjects have gone nowhere in the past.