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  • With shifting opinions, lawmakers say time right to extend state's smoking ban

    With shifting opinions, lawmakers say time right to extend state's smoking ban
    On a good night, as many as 900 people flow into the Tally Ho Tavern in south Bethlehem, where they drink pitchers of beer and munch on burgers in a permanent cloud of cigarette smoke.
  • Legislation would assist victims of human trafficking

    Legislation would assist victims of human trafficking
    Some have bar codes. Others are marked with their pimp's name and phone number. Branded like cattle, victims of human trafficking recovered in Pennsylvania could soon apply to the state to have any tattoos from their pimps surgically removed....

    PA Senate rejects Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner

    PA Senate rejects Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner
    On a near party-line vote, the Republican-controlled Senate has rejected Gov. Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner. The 26-22 vote came Monday afternoon, several hours after the Democratic governor sought to recall his nomination of Marcus...

    Andy Hoover: Police body cameras can be useful if used properly

    Andy Hoover: Police body cameras can be useful if used properly
    After his client, police officer Lisa Mearkle of Hummelstown, Dauphin County, was charged with criminal homicide in March in the shooting death of David Kassick, attorney Brian Perry made a startling admission. The Associated Press paraphrased Perry...

    Attention turns to obscure state committee studying death penalty

    Attention turns to obscure state committee studying death penalty
    The committee hasn't met since 2012 and is running at least two years behind schedule. Its 27 members haven't been publicly announced, but critics already charge they have leaped to conclusions. The state Senate's Advisory Committee on Capital Punishment...