Wolf, advocates celebrate passage of domestic violence restrictions even as many proponents leave legislature

Wolf, advocates celebrate passage of domestic violence restrictions even as many proponents leave legislature

The Pennsylvania General Assembly did the seemingly impossible this session — it passed a bill related to firearms.

"It had the word 'weapon,' it dealt with guns,” Sen. Tom Killion (R-Delaware) said of HB 2060, which Gov. Tom Wolf signed in October. “In Pennsylvania, that's never supposed to happen."
Wednesday, November 14, 2018/Author: Kara Barmoy
VIDEO: Rain or shine, nothing kept voters away on Tuesday

VIDEO: Rain or shine, nothing kept voters away on Tuesday

On November 6th Pennsylvanians, like the rest of the country, were headed out to their nearest polling locations to vote.

When it comes to change, Pennsylvania saw a few firsts, a few historic moments and some things remained exactly the same in Harrisburg. Check out the video to find out more from Pennsylvania's midterm elections.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018/Author: Kara Barmoy
Categories: Video

Eleven dead in Pittsburgh synagogue shooting; lawmakers pledge to push back hate

Wolf: "These senseless acts of violence are not who we are as Americans. My thoughts right now are focused on the victims, their families and making sure law enforcement has every resource they need."
Saturday, October 27, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
Wolf issues three vetoes against glut of late session legislation

Wolf issues three vetoes against glut of late session legislation

Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed legislation on debt service, price gouging and technical training on Wednesday, all of which had received bipartisan, sometimes unanimous support in the legislature.

Thursday, October 25, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
Categories: News and Views
Wolf vetoes Medicaid work requirements

Wolf vetoes Medicaid work requirements

Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed legislation to add work requirements for able bodied adults to receive medical assistance in Pennsylvania Friday.

The bill, HB 2138, passed the House in April and the Senate last week with ayes and nays from both parties.

It was written to exclude those under 18 and over 65, parents of kids under six, pregnant women, the disabled and some others from the requirements. But Wolf, who expanded Medicaid in his first term, said the bill would create unnecessary barriers.
Sunday, October 21, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
Categories: News and Views
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