Posts Tagged: pennsylvania
FACT: Planned Parenthood’s facility coverage in Pennsylvania has dropped 25% since 2013 and yet in their latest reporting year taxpayer funding increased by 15%.
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On November 8th, Pennsylvanians will be electing State Senators and State Representatives – the men and women who will represent you in changing or making state laws in Harrisburg. What are the primary roles and responsibilities of these positions?
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On November 8th, Pennsylvanians will be voting for the top watchdogs of the state – the State Row Offices: Attorney General, Auditor General and State Treasurer. What are the primary roles and responsibilities of these positions?
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Pennsylvania Family Institute’s 2016 Printed Voter Guide covers all statewide candidates for President of the United States, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Attorney General, Auditor General and State Treasurer. (Online guide covers State Senate, State House and … Read more
According to voter registration and estimated population totals, 34% of Pennsylvanians are currently not registered to vote.
Last Presidential election, comparing those registered to vote with the total ballots cast for President, 32.5% of Pennsylvania registered voters did not vote.… Read more
One PA State Representative has proposed a resolution to honor the largest abortion business in Pennsylvania – Planned Parenthood – for their 100th anniversary.
Here are 100 reasons why that is a terrible idea:Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion… Read more
Last night, there were many victories – and not just in Olympic swimming and gymnastics.
This past evening, Luzerne County Council members voted down an ordinance that would have added special statuses to discrimination law and negatively impacted the privacy … Read more
As schools prepare to open their doors and welcome students back, the U.S. Supreme Court just made an important ruling giving welcomed clarification to School Districts in Pennsylvania and around the country.
The court’s 5-3 decision on Wednesday, August 3, … Read more