In advance of a pending vote on Pennsylvania’s bill on requiring voters to show photo ID at the polls, Mary Wilson joins us from Harrisburg to break down the particulars of the bill. Peter Crimmins reports on the judgement against the Friends of the Barnes that forces the group to pay legal fees for the other side in the long-running case over moving the Barnes Museum. Elizabeth Fiedler discusses a new report by Pennsylvania’s education secretary attempting to send a life raft to the beleaguered Chester Upland School District. Jen Howard brings us the first of her two part series on the emergence of New Jersey wineries. And That’s History’s Jon Zimmerman talks gambling, and why it’s one of the only issues with a long history of bipartisan support.