Pennsylvania

GOP Voter Fraud Hunt Is Really A Lack Of Electoral Confidence
Renewed attacks on voting rights in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and other states are as much about power as about policy and race. Read more...
Piggie Of The Week: The PA Dept Of Environmental Protection
With more snow than we've seen in years, PA is running out of road salt. But the state has a great idea to solve the problem... if by "great" you mean "simply awful". Read more...
States Confirm Hundreds Of  Water Contamination Cases From Fracking, Drilling
The pollution comes from both hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and conventional drilling methods to extract petroleum and natural gas. Read more...
One Month In Jail For Possession Of Soap
A New York couple spent nearly a month in jail after a Pennsylvania state trooper mistakenly identified two bricks of homemade soap for cocaine. Read more...
Santorum: Denying Women Contraception Coverage Is A First Amendment Right For Corporations
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum (R) on Sunday insisted that President Barack Obama was imposing his beliefs on corporations and preventing them from exercising their "right" to deny women contraception coverage in health care plans. Read more...

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Take a look inside America’s first nonprofit grocery store, which is bringing fresh food to a struggling community in Pennsylvania. Read more...
Haunted Prison Creeps Out Visitors
Every fall, Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia is transformed from an abandoned 'big house' into a creepy 'haunted house.' Read more...
Radioactive Wastewater From Fracking Is Found In Pennsylvania Stream
New testing of treated wastewater from fracking shows that it contains high levels of radioactive radium, along with chloride and bromide. Read more...
Pennsylvania's Governor Compares Gay Marriage To Incest
Pennsylvania Governor Compares Gay Marriage to Incest Read more...
Corbett's Medicaid Expansion: Work For That Obamacare, Knaves
Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett will expand Medicaid in his state, but only after poor people agree to work for pennies in exchange. Read more...