Poll workers are essential employees. We need to treat them that way | Mark O’Keefe

BY: - August 20, 2020

Lawmakers need to come back early from their recess to pass changes to make it safer and easier to vote in November.


Here’s where Pa. Republicans are missing an important mark on schools reopening | Opinion

BY: - August 16, 2020

Let's show our children that even in the middle of a pandemic, we can be adaptable, we can overcome challenges, and we can do that by working together.


Why we need to make sure Pa. schools are ready to open this fall | Kerry A. Benninghoff

BY: - July 29, 2020

Parents need schools to open safely and stay open. They cannot once again be faced with the choice of working of being in-home teachers.

With Cutler at the helm, Pa. House GOP promises new ideas, hands-off style

BY: - June 22, 2020

After a sudden midterm resignation, the Pennsylvania House Republican leadership has undergone a shake up. The biggest promotion is for Bryan Cutler, who at 45 years old, is now the newest speaker of the Pennsylvania House. In a closed door meeting his Republican colleagues picked Rep. Kerry Benninghoff, R-Centre, to be the new majority leader. […]

As Republicans push business reopenings, workers wonder what’s in store for them

BY: - April 17, 2020

If the state lifts business closings, some Pennsylvanians believe going to work in such conditions would be a “death sentence.


As debate rages, Wolf says he will veto attempts to stop Polk and White Haven shutdown

BY: - December 17, 2019

Gov. Tom Wolf has promised to veto a bill that would overturn his administration’s decision to shutter two state facilities that care for the intellectually disabled. Wolf first made the promise in a private Nov. 19 letter to the Philadelphia chapter of ADAPT, a disability rights group, and it was reiterated by a spokesperson Tuesday. […]