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Recent articles by Marc:

Election-denying Pennsylvania lawmakers hold key election oversight roles

High-profile appointments give the lawmakers a platform to cast further doubt on the integrity of elections in states that will be pivotal for selecting the next president in 2024. → Read More

Several Election-Denying Lawmakers Hold Key Vote Oversight Roles

The high-profile appointments give the lawmakers a platform to "cast further doubt on the integrity of elections." → Read More

Pa. election-denying state senator holds key election oversight role

Awarding such plum positions to lawmakers who have repeated conspiracies and spread misinformation cuts against more than two years of evidence showing there were no widespread problems or fraud in the last presidential election. → Read More

Election-denying lawmakers hold key election oversight roles

Republican lawmakers who've spread election conspiracy theories and falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential outcome was rigged are overseeing legislative committees charged with setting election policy in two major battleground → Read More

Election-denying lawmakers hold key election oversight roles

Republican lawmakers who've spread election conspiracy theories and falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential outcome was rigged are overseeing legislative committees charged with setting election policy in two major battleground states → Read More

Refusal to release inaugural donors exposes gap in Pennsylvania law

The refusal thus far of Gov. Josh Shapiro to disclose who paid for his glitzy inaugural bash has exposed the gap in state law that lets governors in Pennsylvania escape the kind of transparency that is sometimes required elsewhere. → Read More

Shapiro's refusal to release inaugural donors exposes gap in Pa. law

Shapiro's bash in Lititz last week — tickets were $50 apiece, while fundraisers sold sponsorship packages with VIP perks — attracted hundreds, perhaps thousands of people to drink, eat and → Read More

Shapiro’s refusal to release inaugural donors exposes gap in Pa. law

The refusal thus far of Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro to disclose who paid for his inaugural party has exposed the gap in state law that lets governors in Pennsylvania escape the kind of transparenc… → Read More

Shapiro keeps gift ban for employees stricter than law

Shapiro's order allows employees to accept smaller items of hospitality or thanks without paying for it, such as an infrequent meal, bottle of water, cup of coffee, plaque or mug. → Read More

Shapiro keeps gift ban for employees stricter than law

Under Shapiro's new executive order, the roughly 80,000 executive-branch employees are banned from soliciting or accepting anything above minimal value from people seeking to influence them. → Read More

The list: Gov. Shapiro formally nominates his cabinet selections

“I am proud to have nominated this supremely qualified cabinet — and I look forward to working alongside them to move our Commonwealth forward,” Shapiro said. → Read More

Shapiro signs executive order pushing for job experience emphasis in hiring for state jobs

Gov. Josh Shapiro signed an executive order that will push state agencies to emphasize work experience in the hiring process as an alternative to higher education. → Read More

Josh Shapiro takes oath of office to become Pennsylvania's 48th governor

Shapiro, 49, comes into office with more experience in state government than any of his recent predecessors. → Read More

Democrat Josh Shapiro to Become 48th Pa. Governor, Stress Bipartisan Aims

Democrat Josh Shapiro will become the 48th governor of Pennsylvania at Tuesday's inaugural ceremony at the state Capitol, taking the oath of office on a cold winter day in the nation's fifth-most populous state on the heels of his blowout win in November's election. → Read More

Shapiro mines agency experience for public safety nominees for his Cabinet

Instead of bringing in outsiders, Shapiro dipped into the upper ranks of the Department of Corrections, the Pennsylvania State Police and the Pennsylvania National Guard. → Read More

Shapiro taps ex-lawmakers, university officials for Cabinet

Two just-retired state lawmakers will help fill out the Cabinet of the incoming Democratic governor, Josh Shapiro. → Read More

Arkoosh to lead Shapiro's sprawling human services agency

Wednesday’s announcement by Shapiro also included his picks to lead the departments of Health, Drug and Alcohol Programs, Aging and Insurance. → Read More

Judges weigh GOP bid to delay 2 Pa. House special elections

With Democrats and Republicans nearly even in the state House, the two special elections could determine partisan control of the chamber. → Read More

Constitutional amendments pose test to incoming Pa. governor

Republicans tied together the proposed amendments into one bill, prompting objections from Democrats who have supported the measure for victims of child sexual abuse. → Read More

Arkoosh to lead Shapiro's human services agency

Dr. Val Arkoosh, an anesthesiologist and Montgomery County commissioner, will be nominated to lead the sprawling Department of Human Services under Shapiro. → Read More