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Most Americans say go ahead and raise taxes if it will save Social Security benefits for future generations. And raise the retirement age, if you have to. Both options are preferable to cutting monthly benefits, even for people who are years away from...
In his recent campaign speeches, President Obama has been asking “Why would we want go back to something that didn’t work before?” This is a variation of his repeated “We had a really big hole to dig out of” theme and a...
About one-third of Pennsylvania’s 8.3 million voters are unaware of the new state photo ID law that takes effect on Election Day and at least 1 million voters lack the documents they need to take to the polls for their votes to count, lawyers...
Lawyers trying to prevent Pennsylvania’s new voter-identification law from taking effect in the Nov. 6 election argued Thursday the law will disenfranchise voters and cause chaos at the polls, while state attorneys said any major problems should...
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Robert La Follette must be rolling over in his grave. “Fighting Bob” La Follette was the hard-charging Progressive Party governor and senator from Wisconsin in the first 25 years of the 20th century. Opposing big corporations and an advocate...
It’s budget season again for Gov. Tom Corbett, and that means the same thing as last year: His approval rating has plummeted as Pennsylvania’s no-new-taxes chief executive preaches austerity for public schools and social services while...
firstname.lastname@example.orgState lawmakers from Franklin County, Pa., will have to wait several days to learn if they will be part of contested races in November. Republican lawmakers fared well among voters from their own party in Tuesday’s primary election, but write-in...
email@example.comVoter turnout is expected to be high, but choices in local races few, when polls open for Pennsylvania’s primary election on Tuesday, April 24. Franklin County, Pa., election officials anticipate the presidential race could drive voters to the...
Associated PressPennsylvania’s tough new voter identification law was challenged in court Tuesday by 10 registered voters, including some who say they are unable to get the kind of ID now required and one woman who said she had to pay for one despite the law’...
Tags: Tom Corbett, Justice System, Politics, Judges, Laws
Sometimes it’s hard to stir up political interest in a small town. Voter turnout is frequently low, and as we’ve seen, sometimes even candidate turnout leaves something to be desired. Smithsburg had difficulty finding people to run for town...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA petition drive to overturn Maryland’s new congressional boundaries has begun, creating the possibility of at least three hot-button referendum questions on the November general-election ballot. Del. Neil C. Parrott, R-Washington, previously...
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