The state Supreme Court sent a case on Medicaid-funded abortions back to the Commonwealth Court.
A proposed amendment to the state Constitution would take several years
The Department of Human Services is working with the nonprofit Pennsylvania Doula Commission to increase the number of licensed doulas by offering subsidies for the commission’s certification fee
News & Politics
Here are the biggest challenges state and local government leaders will confront in the new year.
The city’s disability map can help policymakers deliver more inclusive and accessible services for those living with disabilities
The city announced there were more than 1,400 overdose deaths last year
City & State speaks with Walker on workforce challenges across the state
The summit’s panels focused on elder care, innovations in primary care delivery and more
Suicide Prevention Month spotlights the urgent need for health professionals to respond to mental health crises.
A keynote speaker at the Greater Philadelphia Healthcare Summit previews the event and his policy priorities
The bill would ban supervised injection sites from every district except one covering West and Southwest Philadelphia.
Campaigns & Elections
Planned Parenthood PA PAC Executive Director Signe Espinoza writes that 2023 is not an off-year election.
The Democratic congresswoman met with gun control and public school advocates in Philadelphia Thursday
The primer: Understanding how state funding for pregnancy care is going to change in 2024 – and why it matters
What the state’s decision to move away from crisis pregnancy centers means for the future of care in the commonwealth.
The Republican state senator and chair of the chamber’s education committee discusses the education funding trial and the state’s path forward
All schools in the commonwealth will be able to provide free breakfast to students beginning this year.
Dalton spoke with City & State about the challenges facing the county’s vulnerable populations ahead of the Greater Pittsburgh Healthcare Summit.
The freshman lawmaker – and emergency room physician – spoke with City & State ahead of the Greater Pittsburgh Healthcare Summit