Shapiro and Fetterman defeat pro-drilling candidates, but their policies on key issues remain uncertain.
Pennsylvania’s far-right gubernatorial candidate has vowed to expand oil and gas production and roll back regulations.
As the state’s top prosecutor, gubernatorial candidate Josh Shapiro promised Dimock residents justice for years of water pollution. Resolution has yet to come.
Westmoreland County used to have factories and elect Democrats. What happened?
The Democratic and Republican hopefuls diverge on most issues, though not on support of fracking.
The state’s powerful oil and gas industry wields influence in ways that could blunt the impact of the Inflation Reduction Act.
SB 106 could put the right to an abortion up to voters. It may also limit the power of the governor to fight GOP attacks on his environmental orders.
The state risks health and highway funding if it doesn’t pass regulations on oil and gas pollution.
The industry-backed bill proposes to freeze the bond amounts that fossil fuel companies are required to put up.
The oil and gas industry could jeopardize federal funding to clean up the state’s thousands of abandoned and leaking wells.
Thousands of homeowners live near methane-emitting wells. The fossil fuel industry has avoided cleaning up the mess for over a century.
The swing state’s economic progress has decelerated in the years since the president took office.
Four years after Trump promised major investment, Pennsylvania’s infrastructure remains among the worst in the nation.
In the wake of the pandemic, the state’s health care workforce is becoming politically mobilized.
Many of these struggling metropolitan areas are in states that could determine the 2020 election.
The COVID-19 crisis hits the state after a decade of rising economic inequality.