We hear the latest on Pennsylvania’s assisted suicide case against Barbara Mencini. Susan Phillips has the story about two children legally forbidden from speaking about fracking for the rest of their lives. Mary Wilson reports from Harrisburg on the State Senate’s hearing regarding transportation funding. Tom MacDonald tells us about a new smartphone app that allows users to alert their legislators when stuck in traffic due to infrastructure problems. Zack Seward and Taunya English discuss how pre-existing conditions will be handled under the Affordable Care Act. Elana Gordon looks into a resurgence of Fentanyl overdoses in Pennsylvania and how drug enforcement leaders are trying to stay ahead of the game. Dave Heller speaks with NJ Spotlight’s John Mooney about the price of switching to online testing for students.