Fight over close race mars first day for Pennsylvania Senate
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A bitter dispute erupted on the floor of the Pennsylvania Senate on Tuesday when majority Republicans blocked a Democratic incumbent from being sworn in because his GOP challenger has disputed the razor-thin election results.
Lawmakers were back in the Capitol for swearing-in day, facing a still-raging pandemic and a massive budget gap. Republicans hold large majorities in both chambers.
The Senate quickly dissolved into chaos over the status of Democratic Sen. Ji...