PHILADELPHIA – A federal appellate court has denied claims from an independent presidential candidate from Florida, who alleged improper prevention of his name from appearing on ballots for the 2016 Presidential Election in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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Third Circuit says Boyertown's transgender students can use restrooms corresponding to gender identity
PHILADELPHIA – A federal appellate court recently ruled that transgender students in Boyertown schools may continue to use the restroom facilities corresponding to their gender identity, marking a key victory for the LGBT advocacy community and a defeat for their ideological opponents.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) has partnered with “The Rest of PA,” a consortia of local tourism entities and Bass Pro Shops in Harrisburg to sponsor a giveaway that includes a two-day getaway package and an Ascend 10T Sit-on-Top lime green fishing kayak.
Gov. Wolf vetoes Republican bill that looked to reform prescription drug distribution to injured workers statewide
PHILADELPHIA – A bill set to completely change the way in which prescription drugs were distributed and provided to injured workers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was recently vetoed by Gov. Tom Wolf, who said the bill’s aims ran “counter to the impact [the state] has made with injured workers.”
Pennsylvania, seeking $1.2M in fees from court fight over Hershey Medical Center merger, gets support
PHILADELPHIA — The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has gained support from several states that say a federal district court made a mistake by denying reimbursement for attorneys’ fees following its successful challenge to the proposed merger between Penn State Hershey Medical Center and Pinnacle Health System.
PITTSBURGH – Jones Day of counsel and Republican gubernatorial candidate Laura Ellsworth has several ideas for legal reform and changes to the current civil justice system that she would like to implement if she wins the office.