The mayor’s on board, too.
She’s the co-founder of She Runs Southwestern Pa., which helps women run for office.
People represented by the Allegheny County Democrat say his voting record doesn’t reflect their values.
Including closing a background check loophole and allowing guns in schools
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.
A bill passed the House with support from both Democrats and Republicans from the Pittsburgh area.
We asked them. Some answered.
They’ve introduced a bill that would require all Pa. employers to use E-Verify, a federal program that determines if a person can work legally in the U.S.
One member, Rep. Tony DeLuca, has again introduced a bill to penalize business owners who employ undocumented immigrants.
A state Senate committee today voted to advance a bill that bans abortions in most cases after 20 weeks.
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Some chiefs last less than a year. Others more than nine.
We analyzed everything we could find to see how many women and people of color have served in statewide offices.