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Pennsylvania Attorney General To Get Chance To Argue Against Judge’s … – CBS Local

CBS LocalPennsylvania Attorney General To Get Chance To Argue Against Judge's ...CBS LocalPHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A three judge panel in Montgomery County will hear motions Monday morning on why the state attorney general should not have to explain why she fired her chief deputy. Judge William Carpenter is overseeing a grand jury ...Pa. A.G. Kane set to argue against judge's contempt hearing6abc.comall 16 news articles » Continue reading

Lawyers donate thousands of dollars to Pennsylvania Supreme Court race – Tribune-Review

Lawyers donate thousands of dollars to Pennsylvania Supreme Court raceTribune-ReviewAttorneys are fortifying the high-stakes, multimillion-dollar Pennsylvania Supreme Court race with hundreds of thousands of dollars in direct campaign donations. At least $749,200 of the $2.9 million raised in the 12-person race has come from lawyers ...Supreme Court candidate Donohue campaigns in ErieGoErie.comall 3 news articles » Continue reading

Reports grim for Pennsylvania’s state-run veterans homes – Tribune-Review

Reports grim for Pennsylvania's state-run veterans homesTribune-ReviewThose incidents and dozens of others are recounted in grim detail in inspection reports for the six Pennsylvania-run veterans nursing homes. The reports, compiled by state Health Department inspectors, show that despite outrage from veterans groups and ... Continue reading

Pennsylvania Mystery Species: Clue 1, Monday, April 27, 2015 – PennLive.com (blog)

PennLive.com (blog)Pennsylvania Mystery Species: Clue 1, Monday, April 27, 2015PennLive.com (blog)Pennsylvania Mystery Species Clue No. 1: A species that has recovered nicely in Pennsylvania over the past 20 years or so largely through the help of thousands of humans. A new Pennsylvania Mystery Species launches today with a brand new set of clues ... Continue reading

Brick man killed in Pennsylvania head-on crash, report says – NJ.com

NJ.comBrick man killed in Pennsylvania head-on crash, report saysNJ.comSMITHFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa. – A Brick man was killed in a head-on crash in the township Sunday afternoon, according to a report. The 62-year-old man, whose name was not released, was driving north on Route 209 with his daughter around 12:45 p.m. ...and more » Continue reading

Outdoors notebook: Pennsylvania will maintain walleye, yellow perch limits – Tribune-Review

Outdoors notebook: Pennsylvania will maintain walleye, yellow perch limitsTribune-ReviewAnglers will be allowed to keep as many walleyes and yellow perch on Lake Erie this year as they did last year. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission announced daily creel limits for the lake will remain at six walleyes and 30 yellow perch. Seasons ... Continue reading

American Lung Association in Pennsylvania’s 2015 Fight for Air Climb: photo … – PennLive.com

PennLive.comAmerican Lung Association in Pennsylvania's 2015 Fight for Air Climb: photo ...PennLive.comTeams and individuals compete in the Fight for Air Climb hosted by the American Lung Association in Pennsylvania at Hersheypark Stadium in Derry Township, Sunday, April 26, 2015. Participants ran or walked over 2,000 steps, which is the equivalent of ...and more » Continue reading

Mike Folmer: Pennsylvania’s Unlikely Champion Of Medical Marijuana – CBS Local

CBS LocalMike Folmer: Pennsylvania's Unlikely Champion Of Medical MarijuanaCBS LocalHARRISBURG (CBS) — Medical marijuana legislation is advancing through the Pennsylvania legislature and the profile of the man leading the charge is not what most people would expect. State Senator Mike Folmer, a Lebanon County Republican, is not ... Continue reading

Debate Over Raising Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage Continues In State Capitol – CBS Local

CBS LocalDebate Over Raising Pennsylvania's Minimum Wage Continues In State CapitolCBS LocalSupporters of an increase in the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour held an event at the state Capitol at which time they released a study on the impact it would have on Pennsylvania by The Keystone Research Center — for whom Mark Price serves as a labor ...Step right up for a $10.10 minimum wage? No thanksTribune-Reviewall 2 news articles » Continue reading

Latest on Pennsylvania’s abandoned turnpike tunnels: Special project – PennLive.com

PennLive.comLatest on Pennsylvania's abandoned turnpike tunnels: Special projectPennLive.comThree Pennsylvania Turnpike tunnels were bypassed in the late 1960s when the highway was modernized. One, Laurel Hill, has been turned into a high-tech race car testing facility. The other two were supposed to be part of a pedestrian and bicycle trail ... Continue reading