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Coming from the relatively cool temperatures in Cuenca, Ecuador, to the summer heat of Chisinau, Moldova, climatically similar to Pennsylvania, will take some adjustment. Wow, has it been hot! … more
Have you ever remembered you have company coming over in an hour and your house is a mess? That’s usually how it works for me. Panicking, I fill up a jumbo-size garbage bag with trash, quickly … more
Yes, we have a serious problem at the border — indeed, at every border we create and defend with force of arms and bureaucratic indifference. “‘If you want water, just drink from … more
We are seeking a member of the public to serve on our Editorial Board, to help us shape the opinions we express in editorials. You must be a regular reader of the Press And Journal. You must be … more
Long before I became chairman of the Senate State Government Committee, I worked to reform election laws. It’s one of the reasons I wanted to chair the committee. First adopted in 1937, … more
Last year, the Supreme Court ruled that public sector employees like me, who are not union members, don’t have to pay union fees as a condition of employment. For decades, teacher contracts … more
More than two years ago, we reached out to our readers to find residents willing to be a part of a new endeavor at the Press & Journal — our Editorial Board. We picked two great people … more
Whatever your stance on legalizing recreational marijuana, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s statewide “listening tour” should raise your ire. Thanks to our government’s … more
Many Pennsylvanians struggle with addiction, post-traumatic stress disorder, intellectual disabilities and other chronic conditions. Professionals who use the science of applied behavior analysis … more
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers recently unveiled a bill that would cap Medicare beneficiaries’ out-of-pocket drug costs. That’s a terrific idea. High out-of-pocket costs … more
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