Unable to win the battle of ideas, Pa. Republicans are damaging the state Constitution | Opinion
By: Ray Landis - January 16, 2022
There's nothing small-d democratic about this process at all.
The three things the Pa. Legislature did in 2021 to help older Pennsylvanians | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - January 4, 2022
From tele-health to broadband expansion, lawmakers advanced critical pieces of legislation.
With Medicare open enrollment ending this week, important things to keep in mind | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - December 5, 2021
It's important for consumers to make the right choice. The government isn't helping
Advocacy groups need to quit the horse race, focus on better outcomes for us all | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - November 21, 2021
Wins on bills are good. Fixing gerrymandering and campaign finance reform is even better.
Our next big policy challenge: Safe and affordable housing for our aging population | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - November 4, 2021
We want seniors to 'age in place' -- but that's not as easy as it sounds for many Americans.
America is aging rapidly. Our policies need to keep pace | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - October 21, 2021
In many ways, Pa. is a laboratory for what the rest of the country is beginning to experience as its population ages.
I’m a Central York grad. The book ban was an embarrassment | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - September 29, 2021
Will local residents follow-up their activism in the voting booth in November?
Saving Social Security and Medicare means we need a fairer, more robust payroll tax | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - September 9, 2021
This needs to happen now -- not after the next election, or the election after that, or the election after that.
We have to reverse COVID’s blow to American life expectancy. Here’s how | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - August 22, 2021
Guaranteeing the future of Social Security and Medicare are two good places to start
Wolf admin.’s proposed nursing home regulations come with costs | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - August 3, 2021
The Department of Health has begun their attempt to respond by issuing the first of what will be five sets of proposed regulations to update the commonwealth’s rules for long-term care nursing facilities.
Medicare is headed for a crisis. We’re not ready – but there’s still time | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - July 13, 2021
It is past time to shore up Medicare’s finances and reverse the drift toward its privatization.
How do we stop a slide into autocracy? By always remembering that facts matter | Ray E. Landis
By: Ray Landis - June 27, 2021
Autocratic governments use lies and propaganda to brainwash their citizens and perpetuate their rule.