By Patrick Beaty It took them a while, but Republican lawmakers in Harrisburg finally figured out how to stop a Democratic governor from using his
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Just seven months ago, Republican leaders in the state House were calling on Rep. Aaron Bernstine to resign over controversial social media posts.
Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Even as the state races to vaccinate thousands of Pennsylvanians against COVID-19, public health officials are
Among the youngest people to oversee the Pennsylvania House, the next two years will be Speaker Bryan Cutler’s first first full session as the
Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If we’ve learned anything about executive branch budget proposals over the years, it’s that they tend to be
As President Donald Trump egged on his supporters and called for a “fight” before they marched to the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, he cited a false
The duality of politics was on display depending on which chamber of the Pennsylvania General Assembly you watched Tuesday. Tune into the Senate,
The Electoral College meets today. Remember these GOP lawmakers who tried to stop it | Monday Morning Coffee
Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Hi everyone. It’s Capital-Star Editor John L. Micek. I’m back from vacation. And before we get started,
Donald Trump is still rattling the bars of his cage, trying to see if he can bring the whole American electoral system down to the ground around him.
Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. More than two weeks after Election Day, it can fairly be said that President Donald Trump’s re-election
Pa. Republicans are playing a dangerous game with Trump over election results | Wednesday Morning Coffee
Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. There’s no doubt that it’s been a very long — and very weird — six days since Democrat Joe
The following article, Pennsylvania House Speaker Calls on Democrat Governor to Conduct “Full Audit” of State Election, was first published on
Shortly after Pennsylvania Lt. Governor John Fetterman went on a statewide “listening tour” to hear what Pennsylvanians think about legalizing