NY attorney general: Town is trying to keep Hasidic Jews out
New York Attorney General Letitia James is accusing a Hudson Valley town and county of “a systematic effort” to keep Hasidic Jewish families from moving into the town, where a developer says bias is blocking hundreds of planned homes.
Governor, Advocates Pushing For Probation Reform in PA
National advocates for probation reform met in the Pennsylvania Capitol recently to continue pushing for what they call “commonsense” probation laws. Governor Tom Wolf and state lawmakers joined them, calling on the Legislature to address the issue.
The bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Buffalo has resigned following widespread criticism over how he handled allegations of clergy sexual misconduct.
Lyme disease patients in Pennsylvania are waiting for the state Senate to act on a Bill that would ensure long-term treatment. House Bill 629 passed the House back in April, and advocates are pushing for the Senate to take action.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday wrote to baseball commissioner Robert Manfred to express concern about the impact on the Erie SeaWolves, the Williamsport Crosscutters and the State College Spikes.
The law requires the Division of Veterans' Services to maintain a Military Sexual Trauma Portal on its website, where veterans can go to find information about where to seek treatment and counseling for military sexual trauma.
A prominent Catholic journalist is reporting that Bishop Richard J. Malone will resign on Wednesday, capping nearly 22 months of scandals and tumult in the Diocese of Buffalo centered on the bishop's handling of sexual abuse.