Williams' Woes Leading Potential Challengers to Mull 2017 DA Race

When Philadelphia District Attorney R. Seth Williams recently disclosed his failure to report gifts valued at more than $160,000 since he took office, he may have not only opened himself to potential ethics inquiries, but also helped encourage competition for his re-election bid next year.

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    By Ben Seal

    Pennsylvania is moving swiftly ahead with a regulatory scheme to govern the introduction of medical marijuana, issuing its first batch of proposed rules for growers this month.

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    By Zack Needles

    A two-month-old U.S. Supreme Court decision outlawing criminal penalties for DUI suspects who refuse to submit to a blood test applies retroactively in Pennsylvania, at least three trial judges in separate counties have ruled—but the issue is far from settled.

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