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News & Brews – TMI: 40 Years Later

Join PA Post, WITF and PennLive for News & Brews on March 19 at the Hop Yard in Middletown.

By Lisa Wardle

Pa. Corrections Department settling lawsuit over contentious legal mail policy

The DOC has confirmed it will stop photocopying inmates’ legal mail and go back to giving them original copies.

By Katie Meyer

Is this the year Pa. gives LGBTQ+ people discrimination protection? ‘A lot has changed,’ one lawmaker says.

A long-stalled bill would prohibit work and housing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Its supporters say this time around, it might actually have a shot.

By Katie Meyer

Pa. taxpayers continue funding state troopers in towns without cops after years of capitol debate

Republican leaders seem to favor a funding model driven by workload indicators, such as calls for service, instead of overall population.

By Emily Previti




See inside the Peach Bottom nuclear power plant

Can the station last 80 years?
By Ed Mahon


Drilling on shaky ground: Why Chester County’s DA is investigating the Mariner East pipeline project

StateImpact Pennsylvania reporter Susan Phillips discusses the Mariner East project’s problems, and how a pipeline explosion in western Pennsylvania led District Attorney Tom Hogan to take a hard look at a pipeline in his own backyard.

By Staff
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