Colorado on Friday joined California and several other states in a lawsuit against the federal government over the Trump administration’s attempt to federally preempt strict fuel economy standards that have been adopted by some states.
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While senior scams are decreasing, they are still prevalent and costly, according to panelists who testified before the Pennsylvania Aging and Older Adult Services Committee.
Unfunded federal mandates aimed at reducing pollution from stormwater runoff flowing into Pennsylvania waterways are stretching the resources of communities across the commonwealth.
Cumberland County is reminding voters that they can apply online for absentee ballots for the 2019 election.
Republicans on the Pennsylvania House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee expressed concern Thursday that the Wolf administration might be prepared to commit the state to participation in a Northeast climate change agreement without the input of lawmakers.
Senate Democrats moved to block appropriations funding this week as Congress deliberates over an annual funding continuing resolution (CR) needed to keep the government operating past Sept. 30.
Pennsylvania would receive $156 million each year if Congress passes a measure to create scholarships for families who wish to send their children to private schools – if all 50 states participate in the program, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Thursday during a visit to Harrisburg.
MANSFIELD — A new movement is “sweeping” across the borough, with the goal to improve the appearance for both residents and visitors.
Republican lawmakers in Harrisburg are moving forward with a plan they say will help both the state’s energy industry and the environment.