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Just when things were looking up for state reforms aimed at rambunctious litigation, along comes a controversial new lawsuit, filed by one of the newest members of the Pennsylvania Legislature. State Rep. Marty Flynn, D-Lackawanna County, sworn into...
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For years, there have been demands that Pennsylvania join the civilized world by privatizing its retail liquor operation. State stores are a vestige of the frenzy at the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, when it was felt that letting people choose for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe political landscape in Franklin County, Pa., will remain virtually unchanged after Tuesday’s election. U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, state Reps. Rob Kauffman and Todd Rock, and state Sen. Richard Alloway all won re-election. About 72 percent of...
email@example.comState Rep. Rob Kauffman won re-election to a fifth term Tuesday, defeating his political challenger from Shippensburg, Pa. Kauffman, a Republican, received 18,034 votes, compared to the 11,746 cast for Democrat Susan Spicka in the race for the 89th...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Obama and Romney campaigns turned their attention to Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes this weekend as polls showed the president holding only a slight lead in the state coming into Tuesday’s election. In Franklin County, Pa.,...
email@example.comTwo years ago, state Rep. Rob Kauffman, R-Franklin/Cumberland, easily won re-election to the 89th district seat of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives with 87 percent of the vote. He’s hoping for a repeat performance in 2012. Democrat...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLegislation gaining momentum this week in the Pennsylvania General Assembly takes steps to protect young people from harmful activities with social media, the Internet and mobile devices. One of the bills awaiting Gov. Tom Corbett’s signature would...
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email@example.comState Sen. Richard Alloway faces a Democratic challenger in his bid for re-election to Pennsylvania’s 33rd Senate District this November. The 33rd Senate District includes all of Franklin and Adams counties and part of York County. Alloway, 44, is...
Staff reporterSexting is a growing trend among teenagers. Now, Pennsylvania is closer to having laws that would penalize kids for sending sexually explicit images. The sexting bill is heading to the Governor's desk for approval. Under the current laws, sexting between...
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Conococheague Institute to hold membership meeting WELSH RUN, Pa. — The Conococheague Institute's annual membership meeting will be Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Welsh Barrens Visitors Center, Rock Hill Farm, at 12995 Bain Road in...
John Pippy, chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania Coal Alliance, will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Somerset County Republican Party fall dinner. The dinner is set for 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Somerset Masonic Temple. The newly...
At the heart of a Pennsylvania judge's decision to let that state's voter ID requirement stand for the fall election is the notion that people can get those documents easily and cheaply, in many cases for free. Echoing the sentiments of the backers of...
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