Pa.’s voucher debate isn’t over. It’s just on hold. We’ll see how it ends | Ray E. Landis
Meanwhile, funding for scores of state programs and school districts remains in limbo.
While Congress fiddles on immigration reform, central Pa. embraced Bhutanese migrants | Ray Landis
An immigration know-nothing in the White House would just make a bad situation worse.
Shapiro’s master plan for older Pennsylvanian has good first steps | Ray E. Landis
Taking words on a page and making them real will take work. But it can happen if we work together.
Here’s the risk to Pa. — and other states — from our national disunion | Ray E. Landis
A national divorce would put the most vulnerable at risk. They must be protected.
Sure the budget jockeying is interesting. But don’t forget it impacts real people | Ray E. Landis
The one-vote majority Democrats hold in the lower chamber could also be more a curse than a blessing in budget negotiations.
If you pay them, they will come | Ray E. Landis
Waiving degree requirements was a good idea. But if you want to attract the best, pay a competitive wage.
What to do about the problem that is Medicare Advantage? | Ray E. Landis
Medicare Advantage plans are offerings by private insurers which replace standard Medicare coverage.
PPL’s problem proves it, electricity shopping isn’t in consumers’ best interest | Ray E. Landis
Pennsylvania’s electric deregulation law has again let down consumers. Here's how.
If the GOP is looking for someone to blame on debt ceiling, look in the mirror | Ray E. Landis
This is all is about a last-gasp Republican effort to thwart the will of the majority of Americans and seize political power
Here’s how the Shapiro administration can best help older Pennsylvanians | Ray E. Landis
A new beginning in the executive and legislative branches provides an opportunity for a dramatic shift in focus.
The real losers in the fight over the Pa. House are the voters | Ray E. Landis
Democrats don't have a majority because the math doesn't work. But it might yet.
How old is too old to run for president? The answer isn’t cut and dried | Ray Landis
That decision should be based on how best to move the United States forward – not on the date on a birth certificate.