Commentary

With big PHRMA: Big profits, but few answers | Opinion

It’s clear PHRMA cares more about its next dollar than it does the livelihood and well-being of the residents who shell out large sums of money for their medication.

In the Pa. House, encouraging steps on criminal justice reform continue | John L....

On criminal justice issues lately, there's been that rarest of all things: a through-line in policymaking; a recognition that action taken in one part of state government has ripple effects in other parts of state government.

Political polarization is just like the weather. Everyone complains. But what are we doing...

We must decide whether to continue down the road we are on- away from consensus politics and stable governing – or we must turn back toward the moderate – centrist politics that allowed the country to thrive for almost two and a half centuries.

I’m a Mexican immigrant. Without a higher minimum wage, the American Dream is still...

A Mexican immigrant came to the United States seeking a better life. After 20 years, her salary still doesn't reach $10 an hour. A higher minimum wage would elevate all workers.

We need nurse practitioners to fill the critical shortage of primary care providers in...

The Pa. General Assembly needs to stop standing in the way of a practical means to address needs and shortages.

Learn from government’s mistakes: Do this to eliminate chaos in the workplace | Opinion

Without a steady hand on any institution's tiller, a CEO coach says critical decisions and progress will not be made easily.

These are the 5 most — and least — green states in the country...

Pennsylvania actually does better than you'd think.