New year brings renewed optimism for reform in PA Legislature
Rep. Brad Roae might be the most optimistic guy in the state House.
PA lawmakers grant NRA, other groups standing to sue over local gun laws
These local governments are defying state law, and there’s no mechanism to hold them accountable.
Property tax reform hits another roadblock in Penna.
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. HARRISBURG, Pa. — Proponents of eliminating school property taxes cheered a win last week, but it might have been a hollow victory. State Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi, R-Chester, recently told a Delaware County business | Read More »
Grassroots effort pushes along PA property tax reform
This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. HARRISBURG, Pa. – Tammy Keener of Berks County clapped, cheered and even cried Tuesday morning as state senators on the Finance Committee debated legislation to eliminate school property taxes. When the panel narrowly approved Senate | Read More »
In Pennsylvania, buying beer out of state makes you a bootlegger
Pennsylvania has Prohibition-era liquor laws.
Poll finds Corbett still behind, but gaining ground on Wolf
Has almost cut his opponent’s lead by half.
Conservative candidates see disappointing results in Pennsylvania primary
No longer clinging to guns and religion?
It’s Tom vs. Tom for Pennsylvania governor’s office
Corbett vs. Wolf
Penn Turnpike prices jump again
This article is re-published with permission from heartland.org. The New Year will take its toll on Pennsylvania motorists — literally. The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission will raise tolls for the sixth consecutive year, with the price increases taking effect January 5. | Read More »