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- State of the State
Wolf staffers initially said he was busy, but the children saw him walking into his office and pressured him to meet.
New research from a Temple University scientist shows Haiti is closer to losing its rich biodiversity than almost any other country in the world.
Local congressman is convening a stakeholder group to discuss the fate of the sign.
An administrative law judge for the state Public Utility Commission heard a second day of testimony Friday on whether to continue to allow operation of the controversial Mariner East pipelines while she reviews a request that the lines be permanently shut down. Several residents say Sunoco’s public awareness plan in the event of a leak is inadequate.
A new legislative report, almost two years in the making, calls on Pennsylvania lawmakers to take steps that could prevent the early closure of two nuclear plants. Critics say bailing out struggling plants is the wrong move.
Dozens of groups including environmental organizations, legal scholars, churches, and local governments argue Pennsylvania has the legal authority and constitutional duty to act on climate change.
Two years ago, Republicans won 13 out of 18 House seats in Pennsylvania. This year, Dems hoped to make big gains.