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‘All Hands on Deck’: How Pennsylvania Nonprofits Are Trying to Survive Coronavirus

Organizations that offer life-sustaining services are largely still operating—but they’re feeling the effects of the unprecedented health crisis.

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How Coronavirus Has ‘Changed Everything’ in Pennsylvania’s Primary Elections

Pennsylvania is the latest state to postpone its presidential primary because of the outbreak. As of Friday, 19 counties were under a stay-at-home order.

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For International Women’s Day, We’re Celebrating These Trailblazing Philly Women

Through social, economic, cultural, and political change, these women are making history.

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Employers in Philly Can’t Ask About Your Salary History Anymore

A federal appeals court ruled earlier this month to uphold a law that bans employers from using previous salary to set wages. Doing so could help close the gender wage gap.

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Telemedicine Bill in Pennsylvania May Not Pass Because Someone Mentioned the Abortion Pill

The legislation would set licensing guidelines and require insurers to provide coverage for telehealth as they would in-person health care. A Republican-sponsored amendment, however, threatens to derail its passage.

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GOP Blocks Pennsylvania Lawmakers From Declaring ‘Love Is Love’ Day for LGBTQ Youth

The designation would have coincided with an LGBTQ prom for youth happening this weekend.

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They Helped a Rural Community in Pennsylvania Ban LGBTQ Discrimination. They’re Not Done Yet.

Currently, there's no state law protecting LGBTQ individuals from discrimination. Grassroots efforts aim to change that.