At the invitation of PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards, legislators and law enforcement officers Wednesday received a demonstration of Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) technology that provides law enforcement a better tool to verify expired vehicle registrations.
When Attorney General Kathleen Kane sued a chain of for-profit nursing home facilities across Pennsylvania, she had backup from a powerful private law firm that stood to reap millions from a controversial arrangement with the state’s top prosecutor.
HARRISBURG — State Rep. Karen Boback has heard all about Michigan’s tourist attractions, thanks to the multi-million-dollar “Pure Michigan” ad campaign that brings views of the state’s freshwater coastlines, scenic highways and picturesque lighthouses to her television screen in Pennsylvania.
HARRISBURG — As snow flurries fell across the state capital Monday, Erik Arneson donned a Green Bay Packers parka and knit hat and went searching for a legal locksmith to get him back into his office.
When the calendar flipped from November to December, Pennsylvania lawmakers who made a Sisyphus-like effort to push a liquor privatization plan out of the state House saw their legislative boulder tumble back to the bottom of the hill.