The Montgomery County congresswoman, who recently returned from a trip to Israel and the West Bank, criticized Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his “dishonesty.”
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The task force’s mission is to design plans to share information and coordinate in the fight against threats to the election process, voter intimidation and misinformation.
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Democrats flipped the Pennsylvania House in 2022. These are the seats the party is hoping to defend and win this year, as Republicans try to take back the majority.
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As the FTC looks to block the largest supermarket merger in history, a look at the competitive world of grocery stores. Plus, screen time linked to child development issues.
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“We are still hurting,” said East Lansdowne Mayor Majovie Bland, “and this healing process will take a very, very long time.”
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Residents with private wells in parts of Montgomery County have relied on bottled water or filtration systems since the 1990s.
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Ahead of the 2024 election, Spotlight PA and Votebeat spoke with state officials about the status of the state's voting machines and how counties select them.
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In addition to the planned micro-hospital at the former Jennersville campus, ChristianaCare is now looking to build two “micro-hospitals” in Delaware County.
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In addition to concerns about traffic and increased noise, residents say they worry development might impact the environment.
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Congress faces a possible government shutdown if a deal isn't reached by March 1, which could affect 51,000 in Pa. by exacerbating budget shortfalls for the WIC program.
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The Pa. Dept. of Environmental Protection is asking for funding from the state’s next fiscal budget for new water testing equipment.
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Starting Monday, passengers with a SEPTA Key card can tap in up to five riders for the same trip.
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Community solar lets renters and people who can’t afford large upfront costs go solar. A bipartisan group of Pa. lawmakers back it.
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The transit agency is working to bring its service back to pre-pandemic levels.
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Brandi Tomasetti, a Republican from Lancaster County, and William Parker, a Democrat from Allegheny County, both filed paperwork before a court-ordered deadline.
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