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  • Panel Gives Preliminary Approval To New House And Senate District Maps.

    Allentown will still get a new House seat; the Poconos will get new Senate and House seats and Northampton County will go back to having two state senators under a new preliminary legislative district map approved Thursday. The 4-1 vote......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Lawmakers Return To Official Start Of Budget Season.

    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. When they return to work this afternoon, state lawmakers will begin the final push to approve a new state budget for the fiscal year that starts on July 1. Some parameters of the debate are......
  • Voter ID bill approved and signed into law

    Voter ID bill approved and signed into law
    After months of debate, the General Assembly passed the controversial Voter ID bill. Governor Tom Corbett signed it into law just hours later. Pennsylvania voters will now be required to show identification when they hit the polls. This was certainly a...
  • Voter ID law being challenged

    Voter ID law being challenged
    Voter rights are in being questioned in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The newly signed Voter ID bill is getting some challenges. The bill requires a person to bring id to the polls but some groups oppose the measure. Some groups are worried that this...
  • Pennsylvania high court to hear arguments over redistricting

    Pennsylvania high court to hear arguments over redistricting
    Two hotly debated election issues are coming to the forefront this week in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on redistricting and Voter ID starting tomorrow in Philadelphia. Senate democrats are among the dozen...