A new report shows public investment in electric infrastructure would create millions of jobs in the U.S., among other long-term benefits.
A new report highlights how geographic, racial/ethnic and economic factors are combining to restrict access to health care services for many Pennsylvanians.
Economists say the proposed consolidation of Pennsylvania’s 14 public universities would devastate local economies and workforces through significant job losses and economic decline in surrounding communities.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in a student freedom-of-speech case from Pennsylvania involving a cheerleader.
Pennsylvania lawmakers say President Biden’s American Jobs Plan will help restore an economy ravaged by COVID and create thousands of new, good-paying jobs in the Keystone State.
As President Joe Biden convenes a virtual Leaders Summit on Climate this week, SBN Correspondent Steve Lubetkin reports on how a renewed focus on climate may affect Pennsylvania.
Farmers and conservationists are praising a bill introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate that would bring funding to stop agricultural runoff from polluting rivers and streams….
HARRISBURG, PA (SBN) — A judge has set September 9th as the tentative trial date for a lawsuit that claims the General Assembly has violated…
Child and maternal health advocates are urging Pennsylvania to take advantage of an opportunity to extend coverage for new mothers on Medicaid.
Some lawmakers want to add an amendment known as a “Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights” to Pennsylvania’s state Constitution, but fiscal experts say it would cripple the state’s ability to respond to its residents’ needs. But critics say TABOR would block the state from addressing critical issues, from crumbling infrastructure and inequities in education funding to property-tax relief.