Posts Categorized: Politics
One of our event banners describes us well: “We’re watching your state capitol.” Today – January 20th – is the first day of the 2015-2016 legislative session. And we’re already on the Hill, in the halls of power, fulfilling our … Read more
Sunday, January 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Some state lawmakers are looking to do something about this problem this year and help save victims from being trafficked right here in Pennsylvania.
In 2013, the state report card on … Read more
How well do you know Roe v. Wade? Take the test and find out.
January 22, 1973 dramatically changed the course of our nation as the U.S. Supreme Court declared their Roe v. Wade decision.
In spite of its impact, … Read more
Here are two observations from today’s ceremony for the House of Representatives opening session for the 199th time:Pastor – “May they lead their homes well.”
The first action after Speaker of the House Mike Turzai was sworn into office … Read more
Pennsylvania state lawmakers are coming to a snowy day in Harrisburg for their swearing-in ceremony starting at 12 noon.
View below to watch the State House of Representatives ceremony:Watch live streaming video from pahousegop at livestream.com
To watch … Read more
UPDATE: The Virginia Department of Health voted to make it easier for abortion facilities to stay in business even though they cannot meet basic safety requirements currently outlined in a 2012 law.
Virginia’s Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe of Virginia and … Read more
You can help your friends, co-workers and family gain valuable information about the candidates running for office this year.
Our 2014 Voters’ Guide is an educational resource every voter should view before Election Day (November 4th).
You can make bulk … Read more
Note: PaFamilyVoter.com – the most comprehensive Pennsylvania statewide Voters Guide – is in the final approval stages and will be made available soon.
by Brandon McGinley
It has long been contended by proponents of the traditional definition of marriage that with the abandonment of that definition will come assaults to the religious liberties we have long taken for granted. Naturally, those predictions were … Read more
On July 18, Governor Tom Corbett sat down with Chloe Kondrich, a young girl from Pittsburgh, and signed into law an educational effort named after her.
“Chloe’s Law” (HB 2111, Act 130) will now aid Pennsylvania parents and families by … Read more