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PA issues new COVID mitigation measures

11.24.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Models used by Pennsylvania's Department of Health project 22,000 new virus cases per day by December. Health Secretary Rachel Levine has issued an order to suspend sales of alcohol at bars and restaurants from 5 p.m. on Wednesday through 8 a.m...

Levine: PA sees 7K+ daily COVID cases, vaccine could arrive in Dec.

11.20.20 | Bob Price

As Pennsylvania eclipsed more than 7,000 new, daily COVID cases for the first time Thursday, Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine, says it could take some time to immunize "everyone in Pennsylvania." Levine notes the initial doses will be reserved...

Thousands of PA households could face eviction amid COVID

11.20.20 | Traci Lynn Woolsey, Brandon Dickson

Many commonwealth residents have lost their jobs during the pandemic. Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania Executive Director Phyllis Chamberlain says one report claims 240,000 households are at risk of eviction. If you're facing eviction, the...

Are Pennsylvania's new COVID mitigation efforts gov't overreach?

11.19.20 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Rep. Clint Owlett says he's unsure of how authorities will "enforce" the new indoor mask mandate. Owlett tells Family Life the area inside our homes is a "sacred space." The lawmaker's district includes Tioga County where the COVID...

PA's high court will take up Pres. Trump's challenge to more than 8K Philly ballots

11.19.20 | Family Life News Team

At question is whether state law requires counties to disqualify mail-in or absentee ballots where a voter didn't write certain information, including the date. The Daily Signal's Fred Lucas says the state's high court has already "basically...

Sen. Bob Casey shoots down rumors of 2022 gubanitorial plans

11.12.20 | Terry Diener

During an interview with the Washington Post, Casey said he’s happy with the work he is doing in the Senate.   Casey's father, Bob Casey Sr., was previously governor of Pennsylvania, which has sparked speculation that the...

PA's new auditor general makes history

11.12.20 | Brandon Dickson

Auditor general-elect Tim DeFoor is the first person of color elected to a statewide row office. The Republican says he's humbled at the race results, and thankful to others that have paved the way in the past. State Republicans did well this...

Focusing on the flu in PA

11.11.20 | Family Life News Team

Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine has announced the first flu death of the season in the Keystone State. Levine is, again, encouraging residents to get a flu vaccine.  

PA remains in the spotlight as legal challenges and ballot counting continue

11.11.20 | Bob Price

Congressman Glenn Thompson wants state lawmakers to go back to the drawing board in how they "write the rules" for voting in the commonwealth. Thompson tells Family Life the Pennsylvania attorney general and secretary of state both abused their...

Several court battles involving the presidential election center on the Keystone State

11.10.20 | Brandon Dickson

President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said the campaign has begun prosecuting their case of fraud against the state of Pennsylvania. On Monday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany doubled down, accusing Democrats of voter fraud by...

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