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December 21st Ups & Downs

A bill receives unanimous support from Pennsylvania’s Congressional delegation, marijuana takes center stage after a Twitter Q&A with the Gov, and a group of Philly Dems make the news over a petition on net neutrality. All of the and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

December 21st, 2018 | Posted in Editorial, Features, Front Page Stories, Sticky, Top Stories | 6 Comments

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December 14th Ups & Downs

The residency dispute continues in the state Senate’s 38th District, a bill overwhelmingly passes the House that was influenced by a pair of PA Congressmen, and a town’s Council voted unanimously to prevent comments on their Facebook page. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

December 14th, 2018 | Posted in Editorial, Features, Front Page Stories, Sticky, Top Stories | 6 Comments

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December 7th Ups & Downs

A Democratic state Representative from Philadelphia has been convicted on bribery charges, but has yet to resign, while a Republican state Representative from Lancaster County has been ordered to pay $14,000 for ethics violations. The Republican Congressional Representative from York County is reportedly pushing to lead the House Freedom Caucus and two Philadelphia Democrats are seeking a position on the House Ways and Means Committee. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

December 7th, 2018 | Posted in Editorial, Features, Front Page Stories, Sticky, Top Stories | 7 Comments

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November 30th Ups & Downs

A former Democratic Attorney General reports to prison, the Lehigh Valley once again has representation in Congress, a Republican candidate for City Council in Philadelphia gets in hot water for some racist Facebook posts and a Lackawanna Democrat finds himself a leadership role in the House. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

November 30th, 2018 | Posted in Editorial, Features, Front Page Stories, Sticky, Top Stories | 13 Comments

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In southwestern Pennsylvania, Democrats gained some ground in the 2018 midterms – but trend towards GOP likely to persist

A Republican strategist quoted in the story believes the citizens of this region are not welcome in the modern day Democratic Party. Democratic consultants believe this year’s results reflect what is possible for the party there with an increased focus on the region.

November 26th, 2018 | Posted in Congress, Features, Front Page Stories, Guest Commentary, Harrisburg, Top Stories | No Comments

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