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email@example.comThe dwindling number of GOP presidential candidates and the sparse number of Democrats running for office led to diminished voter turnout Tuesday in Franklin County, Pa. About 27 percent of registered Republicans and 16 percent of registered Democrats...
Tags: Republican Party, Mitt Romney, Politics, Voting, Rick Santorum
firstname.lastname@example.orgA new year brings some of the same challenges as last year for Pennsylvania’s lawmakers, who continue to grapple with budget shortfalls, fees for natural gas drilling and regulations for small games of chance in social clubs. The full-time...
email@example.comAs the scramble to form new legislative district maps continues, candidates for elected office across Pennsylvania are starting their campaigns using 2001’s boundaries. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected a redistricting plan that was made to...
Tags: Politics, Dan Moul, Judges, Government, Rob W. Kauffman
firstname.lastname@example.orgFranklin County, Pa., lawmakers expect grim news when Gov. Tom Corbett delivers his annual budget address Feb. 7. Poor tax collections are resulting in an unexpected budgetary shortfall that some estimates place at $1.5 billion, according to state Sen....
email@example.comState and local leaders are bracing for another possible fight to protect military bases, including Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg. The U.S. Department of Defensewill request that Congress appoint a commission to study the future of military...
Civil War Rail Trail could benefit all residents of county To the editor: Sen. Christopher Shank provides opinion without knowing the facts regarding the proposed Civil War Rail Trail from Hagerstown to Weverton. He believes it will increase...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt might be an uphill battle, but state Sen. Richard Alloway said he’ll fight to save Drive Your Tractor to School Day. Alloway drafted a bill to allow a one-day permit for an event like Drive Your Tractor to School Day. When he learned of a...
Maryland The Maryland General Assembly’s 2012 session begins Jan. 11 and ends April 9. Information about the General Assembly, including the status of bills, can be found at http://mlis.state.md.us. Sen. George C. Edwards R-Garrett/Allegany/...
email@example.comChanges to Pennsylvania's legislative districts will slice up Franklin County and divide it among several politicians. On Monday, the state Legislative Reapportionment Commission approved its final maps, which are based on population changes found in...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Some state lawmakers are increasing the pressure on the Corbett administration to revive the shuttered health insurance program for low-income Pennsylvanians known as adultBasic. It's been about a year since Gov. Tom...
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekWhere's Bart Simpson And His Blackboard When You Need It? A coalition of environmental groups to more than a dozen lawmakers -- primarily Republicans -- for their votes on legislation that authorized a new impact fee on Marcellus shale natural......
firstname.lastname@example.orgPennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett made several stops Wednesday in Franklin County, Pa., including the Manitowoc plant, where he saw finishing touches being put on cranes awaiting shipment around the globe. “Pennsylvania’s business partners are...
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