Pennsylvanians soon should be free to continue moving about the country. The Pennsylvania legislature is poised to send a bill to Gov. Wolf, as early as Wednesday, that would allow the state to issue driver's licenses that meet security standards required by the federal Real ID law. Pennsylvania is among a handful of states that have resisted implementing those standards.
Lt. Gov. Mike Stack, under scrutiny for his treatment of state troopers and workers at his taxpayer-paid mansion and at odds with his partner at the top of the ticket, may be about to get his first challenger in next year’s Democratic primary. Aryanna Berringer, a party activist and former congressional candidate from Westmoreland County, is considering a run against Mr. Stack, she confirmed this week.