Who runs Harrisburg? You or the corporate elite? | Opinion

BY: - June 29, 2022

With the budget clock ticking down, lawmakers have a choice to help working Pennsylvanians.


This budget we have the chance to move Pa. forward. We can’t miss it | Opinion

BY: - June 16, 2022

Republican austerity is literally killing Pennsylvanians and leaving our young people in debt.


The GOP showed us who they are with challenge to Pa. House map | Opinion

BY: - February 24, 2022

We need unbiased districts to ensure that shifts in public opinion about parties and issues are registered in the composition of the General Assembly.


Pa. can build a clean electric vehicle future. Wolf, lawmakers must embrace it | Marc Stier

BY: - November 19, 2021

Dozens of business leaders, including leading vehicle manufacturers, have urged Wolf to redouble his efforts to electrify transportation in Pennsylvania.


On the Pa. school funding lawsuit: Don’t change the subject | Opinion

BY: - August 11, 2021

Conservative critics are getting it wrong. New state funding doesn’t necessarily go to the school districts that need it the most.


Personal income is up in Pa. and all 50 states. But many still struggle | Thursday Morning Coffee

BY: - July 1, 2021

State personal income increased 59.7 percent at an annual rate in the first quarter of 2021 after decreasing 3.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2020, new federal data show. 


This year, we need a Pa. budget for the people – not just the powerful | Opinion

BY: - June 16, 2021

We don’t have to settle for a government that does little but keep taxes low for the richest Pennsylvanians and powerful corporations.


The minimum wage was created during the Great Depression. We need to raise it during the Pandemic Recession | Opinion

BY: - March 7, 2021

Far from hurting the economy, a $12 minimum wage on July 1, 2021, would add $4 billion to consumer spending in our state and a $15 minimum wage in 2027 would add $6 billion. 


Another problem with judicial districts: The threat of judicial extremism | Marc Stier

BY: - January 24, 2021

One of the most important political adages is “beware unintended consequences.” That judicial gerrymandering might lead to judicial extremism is one that should concern us.

As deadline for COVID-19 stimulus deal closes in, Pa. residents ‘need help yesterday’

BY: - December 15, 2020

A new proposal that emerged Monday could provide help break a logjam over a relief bill.


Wolf is the ‘extremist’ — not me | Doug Mastriano

BY: - August 12, 2020

Adults are capable of making their own health and safety decisions ... and we do not need the government intruding in our lives.

‘We want Pa. to thrive, not just survive,’ progressive coalition says as it rolls out its legislative agenda

BY: - July 28, 2020

A coalition of progressive advocacy groups, spanning a myriad of constituencies and the state, rolled out a massive legislative agenda Tuesday that calls for a higher minimum wage; more money for public education; paid family leave, and other initiatives that they say will allow “all Pennsylvanians to thrive, not just survive.” The roll-out, coordinated by […]