“To take the measure of a governor, one must consider the public stage at that moment. When Dick Thornburgh came into office there was no honeymoon.
Newly elected Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward (R-Westmoreland) says that she and her Republican colleagues will be in lockstep at the start of the new legislative session working to restore faith i
Those most harmed by the Wolf Administration’s “March to the Sea” regulatory campaign to destroy jobs in Pennsylvania’s energy industry have a two-month window to fight back.
Upon their post-election return to Harrisburg, the General Assembly can put up a unifying policy “win” by clearing the way for advanced recycling of waste plastics in Pennsylvania.
Facing budget shortfall, lawmakers should fight recovery-snuffing tax increases; Energy production needed to get Pennsylvania economy back to full strength
Back in September, a broad cross section of the commonwealth’s top job creators sent state lawmakers and Governor Tom Wolf a preemptive, cautionary letter urging them not to slap the energy industr
The 31st annual gathering this past weekend of Pennsylvania’s leading conservatives (virtual this year) under the umbrella of the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference (PLC) was at its core a public a
After a contentious meeting, the Environmental Quality Board (EQB) voted 13-6 this week to toss aside the objections of business, organized labor, and consumer groups, and move forward with Governo
Joe Biden is walking a tightrope in attempts to secure support of the far left of the Democratic Party without alienating moderates.
New House Majority Leader Benninghoff manages the pandemic-era pressures of the legislative calendar and an imperious governor
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