NEWS

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By Neal Lesher  Gov. Tom Wolf recently signed two regulatory relief bills, drawing the ire of environmental activists. One dealt with controversial oil and...

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The Senate dropped charter school reform language from an amendment to House Bill 1606, the Public School Code, Wednesday, clearing the path toward final...

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A Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has upheld Sunoco Logistics Partners' power to take private property for its Mariner East Pipeline, adding momentum to Sunoco's plan...

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By Pat Toomey and Sherrod Brown   Often, the image of opioid addiction in America today is that of a working-age adult who first turned...

OPINION

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No.   By Charlie Gerow   There are certainly valid arguments for reducing the number of school districts in Pennsylvania.  “A European Union for education” and a reversion...

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Is 70 the New 65? Why Americans Are Working Longer “Age 65 has long been considered the traditional retirement age, and not coincidentally is also...

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Yes. By Tony May   When Gifford Pinchot was governor back during the Great Depression it made sense to have 500 school districts.  One room school houses...

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By Rep. Dan Truitt On June 30, the PA legislature claimed victory in passing the 2016-17 budget "on-time." Unfortunately, that's not what really happened. Last year,...

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Bob Fayfich, executive director of the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools, believes while the iFiscal Code doesn't directly impact the state's 170-plus charter...