After a smooth spring, can Wolf, GOP lawmakers keep the good vibrations rolling this fall? | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - September 10, 2019

As the clock ticks down to the 2020 elections, you can probably expect the tensions to get ratcheted upward. Enjoy it while it lasts.


Will Pa. lawmakers move gun control from the third rail to the political fast track? | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - August 21, 2019

Action in Washington and Harrisburg could save lives. Will this time will be different?


For women seeking power in Harrisburg, look to Carson City | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - July 30, 2019

If research on state legislatures is predictive, opportunities for increased female influence in Harrisburg should open up sooner than later.


Yes, the Democratic prez debates will be a circus. But they’re also policy incubators | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - June 25, 2019

As you watch, try asking, which candidate has the best ideas for the country?


Will the rise of nonprofit news outlets help fill a gap in Pa. journalism? | Opinion

BY: - May 15, 2019

We will find out soon enough whether a serious news market also exists in the Keystone State.


This is the crisis in higher education in Pennsylvania | Fletcher McClellan

BY: - April 23, 2019

By Fletcher McClellan May 1 is approaching – the deadline date for students to send deposits to the college of their choice. For students and their families, it is a time of pride and optimism. For many colleges and universities, it is a time of high anxiety – programs, jobs, and even the survival of […]


Raise the minimum wage? For Pa., there’s no time like the present | Opinion

BY: - March 8, 2019

For every analysis that connects higher minimum wages to unemployment, others show little or no overall job impact.


Sooner – and probably not later – the time for legal weed in Pa. will come | Opinion

BY: - February 13, 2019

There are plenty of obstacles to legal weed in Pa. But it's impossible to put off the debate any longer.