Pennsylvania asks judge to retain limits on crowd size

The office of Attorney General Josh Shapiro asked the judge, an appointee of President Donald Trump, to delay enforcement of his ruling that many of the Democratic governor’s pandemic shutdown orders were unconstitutional.

Wolf asks lawmakers to legalize pot, spend virus funds

Gov. Tom Wolf asks lawmakers to send him a bill to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, and outlines how he thinks the state should spend more than $1.3 billion left in federal coronavirus relief funds during what's left of lawmakers' two-year session.

Wolf relaxes restrictions on fans in stands at school sports

Gov. Tom Wolf's administration is relaxing restrictions on spectators at some fall sporting events, though attendance at high school football and volleyball games might still prove to be impossible because of statewide limits on mass gatherings.

Gov. Wolf, Republicans at odds over Pennsylvania election law

Gov. Tom Wolf and Republican state lawmakers remained at odds Thursday over how to update Pennsylvania’s voting laws to handle an expected avalanche of mail-in ballots in November’s presidential election in the battleground state, even as Philadelphia moved ahead with an ambitious election plan.

Philadelphia accepts $10M grant for 2020 election plan

Philadelphia on Thursday accepted a $10 million grant to help it advance an ambitious election plan to buy counting equipment and spread satellite election offices and secure drop boxes around the city to absorb growing demand for voting by mail in November's presidential election.