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State lawmakers in Harrisburg often boast of transparency but can also be quick to criticize the other side of the aisle for a perceived lack …
The mutually beneficial system, which is entirely legal, enriches the campaigns of Pa. lawmakers, who in turn hire firms for all types of legal matters — and all paid for by taxpayers.
HARRISBURG -- Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget proposal in February included a provision intended to confront the state’s long-standing failure to help counties provide adequate defense for poor people accused of crimes.
A settlement appears imminent in a $142 million lawsuit involving UPMC Altoona.
The organizations asked a federal court to unseal records related to the conviction of former state Rep. Leslie Acosta of Philadelphia, arguing there is a high burden for restricting that access.
PHILADELPHIA — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Republican monitors observing vote counting in Philadelphia were given suffic…