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Rare Disciplinary Case Against Pa. Doctor Offers Glimpse Into the Big Business of Medical Marijuana Cards

Rare Disciplinary Case Against Pa. Doctor Offers Glimpse Into the Big Business of Medical Marijuana Cards

| November 11, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — When Bette Grey considered using cannabis to help with chronic pain last year, she turned to the nationwide medical marijuana card company Veriheal.

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Democrats Believe They Will Take Control of the Pennsylvania House for the First Time in More Than a Decade

Democrats Believe They Will Take Control of the Pennsylvania House for the First Time in More Than a Decade

| November 10, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania Democrats believe they will win enough state House seats after Tuesday’s midterm election to secure a majority when the legislature’s new session begins in January.

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Democrat Josh Shapiro Elected Governor of Pennsylvania, Defeating Republican Doug Mastriano

Democrat Josh Shapiro Elected Governor of Pennsylvania, Defeating Republican Doug Mastriano

| November 9, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Democrat Josh Shapiro has won the election to be Pennsylvania’s 48th governor, cruising to a decisive victory over far-right Republican Doug Mastriano.

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A Judge Did Not Change Pennsylvania’s Ballot Deadline for the 2022 Election

A Judge Did Not Change Pennsylvania’s Ballot Deadline for the 2022 Election

| November 8, 2022

A judge in Pennsylvania did not order local officials to count mail ballots received six days after Election Day, contrary to viral misinformation on Twitter claiming so.

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Live Updates: The Polls Open at 7 a.m. For Pa. Election Day 2022. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Live Updates: The Polls Open at 7 a.m. For Pa. Election Day 2022. Here’s What You Need to Know.

| November 8, 2022

Welcome to Election Day 2022 in Pennsylvania.

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When Do Polls Open in Pennsylvania? All the Information You Need for Election Day 2022.

When Do Polls Open in Pennsylvania? All the Information You Need for Election Day 2022.

| November 7, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — It’s time for Pennsylvania’s 2022 midterm election.

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How Disputes Over Vote Certification Could Play Out in Pennsylvania Counties After 2022 Election

How Disputes Over Vote Certification Could Play Out in Pennsylvania Counties After 2022 Election

| November 6, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — When polls close at 8 p.m. on Election Day, a nearly three-week process to finalize and certify results will begin, a period in which candidates could lodge objections to certain votes and spark protracted legal fights that would draw out a normally routine process.

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2022 Pa. Election: A Last-Minute Guide to Everything You Need to Know to Vote Nov. 8

2022 Pa. Election: A Last-Minute Guide to Everything You Need to Know to Vote Nov. 8

| November 5, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Election Day 2022 is approaching and Spotlight PA wants to make sure you’re equipped with the knowledge you’ll need to cast your ballot.

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1.4 Million Pennsylvanians Asked to Vote by Mail. Here’s What That Means for Election Week 2022 Counting.

1.4 Million Pennsylvanians Asked to Vote by Mail. Here’s What That Means for Election Week 2022 Counting.

| November 4, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — More than 1.4 million people in Pennsylvania requested to vote by mail for the Nov. 8 election, but county officials don’t expect it to take several days to complete the count like in 2020 when the slow pace was used to cast unfounded doubt on the integrity of the results.

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Wolf Signs Hastily Passed $2 Billion Tax Package That Encourages Natural Gas Production in Pa.

Wolf Signs Hastily Passed $2 Billion Tax Package That Encourages Natural Gas Production in Pa.

| November 4, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Gov. Tom Wolf has signed a $2 billion tax credit package for the hydrogen production, milk processing, and biomedical research industries into law, capping months of quiet negotiations between the Democrat and top Republicans in the General Assembly.

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