State lawmakers proposed dozens of bills throughout the 2021-22 legislative session aimed at changing the way Pennsylvanians vote, from voter ID requirements to measures focused on bolstering turnout.
With all 203 of the state’s House seats and half of the Senate seats up for re-election in November, voters can play a big part in determining what democracy will look like in the commonwealth.
Rep. Scott Conklin has introduced a bill that would prohibit individuals with a domestic violence conviction from running for or holding any public office in the state government.
What better way to learn about the legislative process than by trying to get the iconic Hershey’s Kiss named the official candy of Pennsylvania.
Republicans refuse to take action on bills that would make Pennsylvania schools healthier, safer, and more inclusive.
State Supreme Court justices rejected various challenges to the House and Senate district lines drawn up by the Legislative Reapportionment Commission.
The congressional redistricting map selected by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will be in effect for the upcoming 2022 elections.
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