Buffalo bound anti-mandate protesters stop in Scranton

BY: - February 11, 2022

After receiving a few more donation boxes from a local, the convoy of two cars and four people headed out to their next meeting point in Elmira, N.Y. But, before leaving, McGuire also noted: “Nobody wants a mini Ottawa in their town, which is understandable … we kept saying ‘this is peaceful, we don’t plan anything.’ All is part of our right to assemble.” 


How the U.S. Supreme Court is inviting the Senate to scrap the filibuster | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - February 2, 2022

If you agree with the justices that the people must rule, then you should also support getting rid of the filibuster.

Despite no plans for one, Pa. Senate approves bill prohibiting COVID-19 vaccine mandate for K-12 students

BY: - December 13, 2021

The Wolf administration has no plans to implement a COVID-19 vaccine requirement for K-12 schools, Elizabeth Rementer, a spokesperson for Wolf, told the Capital-Star in an email.


Poll: Pa. residents sharply divided on employer vaccine mandates | Tuesday Morning Coffee

BY: - December 7, 2021

Even as COVID cases rise, half of all state residents say employers should not be able require them to get the jab.

Pa. Rep. Keller pushes effort to nullify Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for business

BY: - November 18, 2021

"[Two hundred] Republicans in the House & Senate are standing [with] the American people in opposition to Biden's vaccine mandate on businesses," Keller wrote on Twitter.

Penn State to require COVID-19 vaccine for all University Park employees

BY: - October 13, 2021

All employees at the Penn State's University Park campus, regardless of whether they work on a federal contract, must provide proof of vaccination by Dec. 8.

Can vaccine refusers who lose their jobs still collect unemployment? Experts explain

BY: - September 15, 2021

'The Legislature must take action to protect,' this 'basic human right of deciding what goes into their body,' two GOP senators argue

Pa. health officials are leaving mask mandates up to K-12 schools. A Senate committee has questions

BY: - August 6, 2021

Pennsylvania students and teachers will return to the classroom in a few weeks, and there are no plans for another statewide mask mandate, but that didn’t stop Senate lawmakers from railing against masking recommendations for K-12 schools.