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Calls in Pa. Capitol keep coming for Sen. Daylin Leach to resign

Leach continues to defend himself from what he has called fictional or exaggerated accounts of his behavior involving women. He said he plans to remain in office.

Two more Democratic Party leaders call on Sen. Daylin Leach to resign, citing ‘troubling behavior’

Leach, a longtime legislator from Montgomery County, has said he believes a law firm's review of allegations against him “absolved me of false charges made against me."

Democratic Pa. Senate leader calls on Sen. Daylin Leach to resign, citing investigation

A report described “a lengthy pattern of troubling behavior spanning several years regarding Senator Leach’s interactions with a number of women.”

‘We have saved America,’ Trump says at Pa. rally ahead of special election for Congress, primary

The rally comes one day before a primary for several statewide offices and two days after one of the Democratic front-runners for president excoriated Trump at an event in Philadelphia.

Pa. House Republicans ask Dems to ‘address’ Rep. Brian Sims’ social media flap

Sims, a Democrat from Center City, has promised to "do better for the women of Pennsylvania."

Pa. Catholic Conference to clergy sex abuse survivor: ‘Why do you have to troll here?’

The exchange marked an unusual departure for the conference, which has largely tried to focus its comments on legislation, rather than individual victims.

4 things to know about Pa.’s bill banning abortions based on a Down syndrome diagnosis

This measure differs from abortion bills advancing in other states.

Pa. lawmakers move to bar local gun laws in wake of Pittsburgh measures

Two Republican lawmakers are pushing to strengthen the state’s control over gun regulations and make it easier for some groups, such as lobbyists, to recoup legal fees to fight cities’ rules.

What’s on your mind? Pa. legislators learning it’s best to think twice before sharing

Though the Pennsylvania legislature has policies on social media use, lawmakers from both parties have provided a string of embarrassing online posts, including several that have gone viral.

Pa. lawmaker taking heat for selfie with man wearing T-shirt tied to white supremacists

Republican state Rep. Stephanie Borowicz of Clinton County has already fielded criticism for delivering a controversial prayer on the floor of the House of Representatives.