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Pennsylvania state troopers are working harder than ever before as our department continues to be stretched incredibly thin. Gov. Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania General Assembly have — and … more
This is the month for recognizing those you love or appreciate. This month, I am appreciating our local newspaper, the Press & Journal, in my column. This month I wanted to recognize how much … more
On behalf of the conservation community, I extend my sincerest apologies. Collectively we have failed you, the public, on communicating what science has shown us: that our stormwater … more
As Pennsylvania’s employers and business owners, we regularly think long-term. Whether expanding our companies, hiring new workers, planning capital investments, or responding to economic … more
The Trump administration is poised to undermine seniors’ access to lifesaving medications.  It recently proposed a rule that would weaken patient protections within Medicare’s … more
Hey gang. (I’d call you a mob, but a mob has a leader). Welcome to 2019. I hope your holidays were enjoyable and you will now have many memories upon which to reflect in the upcoming … more
President Donald Trump campaigned on cleaning house at the Department of Veterans Affairs, to fire inept and corrupt bureaucrats, and to give veterans greater choice in their health care. … more
What are your “great expectations” for 2019? I am talking about your resolutions or plans, although I write it this way because I think we have power to make things happen if we set our … more
After a productive 2017-2018 session, I’m optimistic about 2019. Last session, I advanced a host of initiatives — including the breaking of a logjam on how election lines would be … more
Pennsylvania’s state budget looks an awful lot like a bucket with a hole in the bottom—taxpayers keep filling it up, but billions of dollars keep leaking out. The latest projections … more
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