Legislators move forward with plan to retool lieutenant governor's mansion; Fetterman says he supports

Legislators move forward with plan to retool lieutenant governor's mansion; Fetterman says he supports

A Senate committee unanimously approved a bill Tuesday that would retool the Lieutenant Governor’s Mansion, after Lt. Gov. John Fetterman became the first in recent memory not to reside in the property at Fort Indiantown Gap.

Pennsylvania is the only state in the country to provide the lieutenant governor with a taxpayer-funded residence, although lawmakers have been looking to change that in recent years. 
Thursday, September 26, 2019/Author: Andrew Bahl
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Key parts of election reform package move to Senate floor; timeline still unclear

Key parts of election reform package move to Senate floor; timeline still unclear

A Senate committee advanced Tuesday several significant pieces of a key election reform package, although at least one prominent piece of legislation faces an uncertain future in the House.

The Senate State Government Committee gave broad support to virtually all of the nine bills it considered, which come as part of a push by Chairman Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon), Sen. Judy Schwank (D-Berks) and others to modernize and streamline the state’s election process.
Tuesday, June 18, 2019/Author: Andrew Bahl
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