by Ian Millhiser Nov 3, 2015
by Emily Atkin Sep 22, 2015
Acosta is a Spanish-speaking immigrant and the state's only Latina legislator.
by Alan Pyke Jul 30, 2015
Rampant wage theft is slicing hundreds of millions of dollars out of the Pennsylvania economy each year, a new analysis suggests.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 29, 2015
Pennsylvania is one of many states pushing legislation that would allow a state-run district to transition low-performing traditional public schools into charter schools.
by Alan Pyke Jun 3, 2015
A lawsuit over payroll debit card fees charged to McDonald's workers in Pennsylvania has prompted a major Wall Street bank to do something unusual: give money back voluntarily.
by Emily Atkin May 8, 2015
The petroleum industry says this is a good thing.
by Emily Atkin May 5, 2015
"This is the first documented and published demonstration of toxic compounds escaping from uncased boreholes in shale gas wells and moving long distances [into drinking water]."
by Alan Pyke Apr 22, 2015
Pennsylvania will stop spending time and money on redundant and misguided asset tests for food stamps applicants, a policy which had perverse negative effects that far outweigh its few positives.
by Emily Atkin Apr 9, 2015
The researchers were careful to note that the side-by-side increases in radon and fracking only represented a correlation, not causation.
by Emily Atkin Mar 9, 2015
Censoring "climate change" is not unusual -- at least in states with governors who do not accept the scientific validity of human-caused climate change.