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If the General Assembly can’t prevent the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative from taking effect, Pennsylvanians should brace themselves for some shocking electric bills
The judicial elections on Nov. 2 are all that stand between Pennsylvania citizens and insurmountable judicial tyranny. Vote accordingly.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s special transportation funding commission recently released its list of recommendations to shift revenue away from gas taxes. Turns out, it was not a joke. This catalog of bad ideas is actually what they’re proposing.
If the sweetheart deal given to disgraced former Rep. Margo Davidson doesn’t call the gubernatorial judgment of Attorney General Josh Shapiro into question, what on earth will?
Gov. Wolf’s insistence on sidestepping the General Assembly and joining the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) will crush Pennsylvania’s economy, raise utility costs, and send thousands of jobs out of state.
Decades of bipartisan overspending by Pennsylvania lawmakers has outpaced both inflation and the Commonwealth’s population. It’s not sustainable. Get ready for future deficits.
Now that voters have chosen to restore checks and balances to the Pennsylvania constitution, perhaps the most important aspect of this new “new normal” is a greater appreciation for the “old normal” we had all taken for granted.
The bipartisan Voting Rights Protection Act, introduced by Pennsylvania state Rep. Seth Grove (R-196), is the largest election reform bill introduced in the country and, if passed, would mark the single largest reform measure undertaken since the Commonwealth’s Election Code was adopted in 1937.