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But you could have a lot more flexibility in the coming years if a package of voting reforms passes the Pa. General Assembly.
Much like national Democrats, Pennsylvania’s party leadership doesn’t appear to reject candidates opposed to abortion access.
Legislation should be introduced in both Pa. chambers soon.
Two are at the state level and one would be federal.
Including closing a background check loophole and allowing guns in schools
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.
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.
The bill “inserts politicians squarely between doctors and patients,” says the director of family planning at Magee-Womens Hospital.
A state Senate committee today voted to advance a bill that bans abortions in most cases after 20 weeks.
But get ready for even more edits to the bill first.