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.
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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.
Now that Pennsylvania voters have had their say about Gov. Tom Wolf’s egregious pandemic policies, PA lawmakers should look to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for inspiration about what to do next.
After a year in which Gov. Tom Wolf repeatedly clashed with the General Assembly over lockdown restrictions, Pennsylvania voters finally chose to curtail Wolf’s emergency authority on May 18. With so much bad blood behind them, will the two sides ever be able to work together? What happens now?
Voters had their say Tuesday and weren’t fooled by Gov. Wolf’s intentionally confusing language regarding his emergency powers.
Gov. Wolf is facing pushback over his unilateral decision to enter the RGGI. In response, he’s throwing a tantrum that would make a two-year-old proud.
Don’t let Gov. Wolf fool you with his purposely confusing ballot questions. By voting “YES” on May 18, you will be restoring crucial checks and balances to the emergency declaration process.
It’s important for Pennslyvania to learn what went wrong with the Wolf Administration’s COVID-19 nursing home response. The next question, though, is how can we make sure it never happens again?
With at least 21,000 dead people still registered to vote in Pennsylvania, you’d think the Wolf Administration would make purging them a top priority. Nope. It took a lawsuit to get them to take even the most modest of steps.