Tim Hartman


It’s budget season. Let the games begin | Editorial Cartoon

By: - February 8, 2020

Gov. Tom Wolf rolled out a $36.05 billion budget plan for the fiscal year that starts July 1. It's a 4.22 percent increase over current, approved spending.


Pa. Inspector General: Who watches the fiscal watchdog? | Editorial Cartoon

By: - February 1, 2020

An investigation revealed that the Office of Inspector General spent $160,000 on guns and ammunition that it cannot use.


The two sides of Pa. House Speaker Mike Turzai’s retirement announcement | Editorial Cartoon

By: - January 25, 2020

The Pennsylvania House's top Republican says he won't seek re-election in 2020. Some believe it's a stage-setter for a 2022 bid for governor.


A sanctuary from whom, exactly? | Editorial Cartoon

By: - January 18, 2020

A north-central Pennsylvania lawmaker is pushing 'Second Amendment Sanctuaries.' Yes, that's actually a thing.


How the Pa. Turnpike celebrates the New Year | Editorial Cartoon

By: - January 4, 2020

A trip across the state will cost $38.40 for E-ZPass users and $53.50 for those paying with cash. The 6 percent toll rise outpaces inflation.


The reason truckers are suing the Pa. Turnpike: Revealed | Editorial Cartoon

By: - December 21, 2019

Truckers sued over toll increases on the state highway that have been used to pay for transportation improvements across Pa.


The lesser known tale of the Governor’s New Clothes | Editorial Cartoon

By: - December 14, 2019

Gov. Tom Wolf has given the Pa. state House a deadline to pass a bill hiking Pa.'s minimum wage to $12/hr. Will GOP leaders in the chamber blink?


Who says we need a handheld cell phone ban? | Editorial Cartoon

By: - December 7, 2019

State lawmakers are trying again for a ban on handheld cell phone use in Pennsylvania. Because, what could be wrong with using a cell while driving?


So about that legislative gift ‘ban’ bill | Editorial Cartoon

By: - November 23, 2019

A Pa. House Committee advanced a gift ban bill this week. It ends cash gifts to lawmakers and limit the value of other presents or travel that lawmakers can accept from lobbyists and other private citizens.


Pittsburgh’s next big ban bill | Editorial Cartoon

By: - November 16, 2019

Cleveland's Myles Garrett was suspended indefinitely after a brawl with Steelers on Thursday night. Both teams were fined $250K, according to reports