The state Supreme Court’s order on Monday joins a string of court decisions that have struck down political maps for unduly favoring one political party. The court ordered that a new map be submitted to it by Feb. 15.
Diverging decisions this week by federal judges in North Carolina and Pennsylvania are certain to draw the Supreme Court’s interest as it mulls whether to curtail partisan gerrymandering.
Child protective agencies are haunted when they fail to save kids. Pittsburgh officials believe a new data analysis program is helping them make better judgment calls.
The high-profile gerrymandering case, which could have important consequences for the 2018 midterm elections, will head to the state’s Supreme Court.
An advocacy group found excessive use of physical restraints and other abuses at Woods Center, a Pennsylvania facility where more than 100 New Yorkers are housed.
Representative Tim Murphy said he would step down this month, after a backlash over reports that he encouraged his lover to consider terminating a pregnancy.