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‘Gender equity’: Mockery made in Pennsylvania

(Winchester Star) So-called “gender equity” have been adopted in some places with the specified goal of getting rid of good ol’ boy dominance in...

Pennsylvania Tracks Traffic Stops of Undocumented Immigrants

(New Delhi Times) Pennsylvania state police will soon be required to report more fully the circumstances under which they notify Immigration and Customs Enforcement...

This is how many migrant children are staying in Pennsylvania

(York Daily Record) Pennsylvania is one of 16 states where migrant children are staying after the Trump Administration's zero-tolerance policy separated them from their...

Pa. teachers unions could feel brunt of Supreme Court decision

(WHYY) The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in a 5-4 decision that public sector union employees can choose not to pay union dues or fees,...

Pennsylvania Among States Suing Trump Administration Over Family Separations

(CBS Philly) Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware are among more than a half-dozen states suing the Trump administration over a policy of separating immigrant families illegally...

Will Wolf or Wagner work to make Pa. less corrupt?

(York Daily Record - William A. Faron) “Corruption is a crime against humanity.”  Like a cancer that weakens the body, corruption robs a society of its...

University of Pennsylvania pushes false border narrative

(Washington Examiner -Christopher Tremoglie) The University of Pennsylvania is “Making sense of what’s happening at the border” in a new publication on their Penn...

That speedy Pa. budget? Thank Trump’s booming economy

(Pennlive - Charlie Gerow) Just as the summer solstice arrived, there were puffs of white smoke from the chimneys of the Capitol. The Pennsylvania General Assembly...

Pennsylvania awaits decision in Supreme Court forced union dues case

(PA Watchdog - Andrew Burger) The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule in the next week on a case that seeks to end...

REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL DISTRICTING — AN EXISTENTIAL THREAT TO PENNSYLVANIA DEMOCRACY

(Third and State) As a resident of Communist East Germany, Bertolt Brecht understood better than most writers in the 20th century how fragile representative democracy...

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