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Transgender Day of Remembrance will be held Wed., Nov. 20 on the steps of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg. more
Pennsylvania’s lobbying laws suffer from a host of problems, including issues of transparency and enforcement, a report by a new legislative committee has found. “If the scope of the … more
Gov. Tom Wolf has signed a bill that significantly changes how Pennsylvanians will be able to vote by April 2020. more
With the U.S. House set to vote this Thursday on a Democrat-authored resolution laying out the next steps in an ongoing impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, voters in a key 2020 battleground state say they support that investigation. more
The Harrisburg Regional Chamber of Commerce has selected Todd Snovel for a 2019 Business Diversity Champion Award as part of its Catalyst Award. The Harrisburg Regional Chamber of Commerce noted a … more
PA STILL WITHOUT LGBT PROTECTIONS About 40 people gathered on the steps of the state Capital in Harrisburg on Oct. 29 to bring attention to the fact that Pennsylvania has no basic civil rights … more
PA State Rep. Brian Sims has introduced House Bill 1293 that would ban the controversial practice of "conversion therapy" for individuals under the age of 18 across the state. Sims refers to the … more
Nearly 40 people assembled in the Pennsylvania State Capital in Harrisburg to stand with three members of the legislature who introduced a comprehensive legislative package that modernizes how … more
The Central Voice's cartoon art will be on display at Lancaster Museum of Art Nov. 1 – 17. There will be an opening during Lancaster’s First Friday on Friday, Nov 1 from 5 to 8pm. The … more
Brazil and the United States are diverse countries. Each has their own culture, but are more alike than one may realize. Same-Sex marriage in the US expanded from one state in 2004 to all 50 … more
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