A new report found Pennsylvania communities could be negatively affected by the increasing financial risk in the nation’s largest electricity market.
In March, Pennsylvania passed up millions of dollars that could have gone toward tackling climate change and reducing energy costs for millions of Pennsylvania residents.
In Western Pennsylvania, communities are continuing to reel from the Norfolk Southern derailment nearly six months ago, but the railroad recently has committed $1-million to aid ongoing recovery efforts.
Pennsylvania’s only urban search and rescue team with dogs trained to locate victims of structural collapses is based in Philadelphia, about five hours from Pittsburgh.
But Senate Republicans are holding out to establish a school voucher program, which would send $100 million of state funding to private schools. Gov. Josh Shapiro has made it clear he will veto the provision if it will end the stalemate.
In Pennsylvania, environmental advocacy groups are awaiting the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision which could affect the future of Commonwealth-owned properties’ responsibility to pay stormwater fees as property owners do.
Millions of American workers have breathed in dangerous levels of air pollution this year as smoke from Canada’s record wildfire season blankets cities across the Northeast.
The new student loan forgiveness plan known as “SAVE” could lower monthly bills and reduce the amount some borrowers have to pay back over the lifetime of their loans.
Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled Senate voted 45-4 last month to approve a bill, SB838, ostensibly for the purpose of reforming the probation part of the criminal “justice” system.
EPA data show the transportation sector accounts for 27% of greenhouse-gas emissions, the largest and fastest growing source in the United States.