Analysis

The Biggest Pa. Policy Developments Of 2016

Law360, Philadelphia (December 7, 2016, 12:11 PM EST) -- Partisan divisions in Harrisburg deepened during the second year of Gov. Tom Wolf's term, but the Democratic governor and the Republican-held General Assembly did reach agreements in 2016 on legislation that enabled medical marijuana and created a statewide framework for ride-hailing.

Slim hopes for landmark reforms to state employee pensions and to the judicial system had faded well before the 2015-16 legislative session came to a formal end at midnight on Nov. 30. But after a series of legal battles, voters acted to boost the state's judicial retirement age to 75, capping off a multiyear effort to amend the state's constitution....

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