On The Issues
“On The Issues” features lawmakers and others who influence public policy. Thirty minutes long, it’s an one-on-one interview that takes the time to go below the surface of the debates at the State Capitol, and parse the small details of pieces of legislation with the legislatures and advocates of it.
“On The Issues” builds on the foundation of headlines and sound-bites to bring you the complete picture. Get a deeper understanding of the latest proposals that may become tomorrow’s laws. Every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 8PM, with a one-episode re-air every Sunday.
[VIDEO] The idea of rewarding judicial candidates’ merit – their ethical behavior and fairness – with positions on the bench is not new.
[VIDEO] Rep. Brendan Boyle wants to require schools to teach the Holocaust to their students.
Kathleen Wilkinson reflects on her accomplishments for the oldest association of lawyers in the U.S.
(VIDEO) Rep. Curtis Thomas says Act 201 gives broad discretion to utility companies, and leaves his constituents paying big bills to restore their service.
(VIDEO) After fifteen years of experience in Pennsylvania, lawmakers think it’s time to update charter school law.