PA Republican leaders have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stay the PA Supreme Court decision calling for new congressional district maps to be drawn. Carol Kuniholm, Chair of Fair Districts PA, and Micah Sims, Executive Director of Common Cause PA, talk to us about the latest news on the case, and what it means […]
According to state officials, the call volume for elder abuse has tripled in recent years, and is expected to continue rising as Pennsylvania ages. Elder-abuse complaints can involve physical abuse, self-neglect, or financial exploitation. PA Aging Sec. Teresa Osborne, and Fred Shrimp, Director for the Lycoming and Clinton County Area Agencies on Aging, talk to us […]
Property taxes could be reduced or eliminated this year with multiple ideas for property tax relief floating in the PA Senate. Sen. Mario Scavello, R- Monroe County, and Rep. David Maloney, R- Berks County, talk to us about their ideas on how to reduce the burden of property taxes, especially on senior home owners.
Gov. Tom Wolf has declared a state of emergency in PA due to the amount of overdoses and drug-related deaths. Deb Beck, President of the Drug and Alcohol Service Providers Organization of PA, and Sen. Gene Yaw, R- Lycoming County, tell us how we can help protect our loved ones, and get addicts into treatment.
In October of 2017, The New York Times and The New Yorker reported that dozens of women accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual abuse and harassment over a period of 30 years. In the wake of those reports, many similar allegations against powerful individuals have been brought to light. PA Rep. Leanne Krueger-Brankey, Democrat from Delaware […]
The Blair County Republican Committee holds a Republican Governor Candidate Forum with Laura Ellsworth, Paul Mango, Mike Turzai, and Scott Wagner. The event is sponsored by The Tribune Democrat of Johnstown and WPSU Radio of State College.
Mike Faccinetto, School Board President of Bethlehem Area School District, Eric Wolfgang, Board President of Central York School District, and Michael Gossert, School Board President of Cumberland Valley School District come on our program to talk about basic education funding, property taxes, and what challenges are occurring in the classrooms.
Eric Epstein, Coordinator of Rock the Capital, and Micah Sims, Executive Director of Common Cause PA, talk to us about what we should expect from our government and representatives. Topics include issues like campaign contributions, gerrymandering, and “rainy day” funds.