U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV said the administration had failed to show "imminent and irreparable harm will occur" if the state can't limit event crowds to 25 people inside and 250 people outside.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday vetoed a bill that would give school districts the sole ability to make decisions on sports, including whether and how many spectators to allow.
Governor Tom Wolf announces his administration’s actions which made personal protective equipment, or PPE, readily available for frontline workers to do their jobs effectively across Pennsylvania.
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.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf and Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman on Wednesday renewed calls for the state legislature to legalize adult-use cannabis in an effort to boost the state's coronavirus-crippled economy.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has once again called on the state legislature to take up the legalization of recreation cannabis as a way to help the state's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Wolf addressed the ruling during a press conference on election procedures Tuesday morning.
A federal judge on Monday struck down Gov. Tom Wolf’s pandemic restrictions that required people to stay at home, placed size limits on gatherings and ordered “non-life-sustaining” businesses to shut down, calling them unconstitutional.
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.
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. Tom Wolf is hinting that he'll reverse himself and extend Pennsylvania’s moratorium on evictions beyond August.
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 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.
Gov. Tom Wolf is renewing his call for Pennsylvania to legalize recreational marijuana, saying it could raise $90 million to supplement CARES Act funding aimed at helping people and business recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pennsylvania will ask the federal government for a new round of $300 in weekly unemployment benefits under a presidential order tapping into disaster relief aid, Gov. Tom Wolf's labor and industry secretary said Tuesday.
Pennsylvania does not have the money to provide $100 a week as President Donald Trump pushes states to help pay for a new round of federal unemployment assistance, Gov. Tom Wolf told the state's members of Congress.
Pennsylvania does not have the money to provide $100 a week as President Donald Trump pushes states to help pay for a new round of federal unemployment assistance, Gov. Tom Wolf told the state’s members of Congress.
Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday he has no plans to change his position that school sports should be canceled until 2021.
Pennsylvania has contacted the U.S. Department of Labor about a loan to prop up its unemployment compensation trust fund as President Donald Trump pushes states to help pay for a new round of federal unemployment benefits.
Gov. Wolf described Rep. Russ Diamond's comments made Wednesday as "abhorrent," "disrespectful" and "dangerous."