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See how these changes will impact when you file taxes this year in the wake of law changes by Congress.
State officials release terms for the potential agreement—which calls for a $150 million upfront payment to the state—in an announcement today.
Allegheny County Common Pleas Court extends deadline for absentee ballots to be submitted from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. after elections officials receive more requests than expected.
In order to get the state-issued Voter ID card, an individual need only give his or her name, date of birth, social security number and address. The Voter ID will be given at the PennDOT licensing center the same day.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Local senators and state representatives filed two amicus briefs in support of affirming the efforts of seven municipalities, a medical doctor and a nonprofit challenging the state's Marcellus Shale law.
The petition has already garnered more than 2,000 signatures.
State Rep. Jesse White introduced legislation to ban the practice because he said it is an invasion of fundamental privacy rights.
State Rep. Jesse White said the current property tax reassessment system "has more holes in it than Swiss cheese."
The law now requires voters to present photo identification at the polls—starting with next month's primary.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
A conference call last week showed many Pennsylvanians are still struggling with health insurance coverage and costs.
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