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A Romney redux?

August 8, 2014 Is Mitt Romney becoming the once and future GOP nominee for president? Six months ago, such a question might have been met with a polite smile or an elevated eyebro. more »»

Pa. farmers: Address public pension reform

August 7, 2014 Pennsylvania farmers are urging the state General Assembly to make pension reform its number one priority when lawmakers return to Harrisburg next month. more »»

If you think you’ve outgrown vaccinations, think again

August 7, 2014 Most adults probably remember going to the doctor as a child to have their “shots. more »»

This journey

August 6, 2014 By TOM SILEO On April 4, U.S. Marine Cpl. Brandon Garabrant updated his Facebook page as the 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion left North Carolina's Camp Lejeune for Afghanistan. more »»

What I learned in Colorado about legal marijuana

August 5, 2014 Recently, I, and three members of my legislative staff flew to Denver, Colorado, to see for ourselves what the complete legalization of cannabis looks like. more »»

Fleecing is for sheep, not your wallet

August 1, 2014 By JOE NIXON Scammers are busy. But so are the people trying to catch them. more »»

An ‘A’ for art in agriculture

August 1, 2014 By RALPH DOTTERER JR. My bio at the end of this article says I’m a farmer and a barnyard artist. more »»

Fools about immigrants

July 31, 2014 When we lived in Chicago, my wife and I had an interesting encounter. The story may complicate our anger about immigration. more »»

Give ‘em hell, Tom

July 31, 2014 “Running against Harrisburg” is a popular strategy. Most modern gubernatorial candidates seeking a first term, including incumbent Gov. Tom Corbett, have “run against Harrisburg. more »»

Independent hopefuls may widen Pa. governor field

July 29, 2014 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press Just when Pennsylvania voters were getting used to the idea of a gubernatorial election showdown between Republican incumbent Tom Corbett and Democratic challenger... more »»

Improving the Freedom of Information Act

July 29, 2014 By NATE JONES www.mediaforum. more »»

Living and enjoying

July 28, 2014 By TOM SILEO When I asked Cpl. Kyle Carpenter how possibly receiving the Medal of Honor might change his life, the young Marine responded the same way he did during a hellish battle in Afghanist. more »»

Pension ‘reform’ plan offers false ‘savings’

July 25, 2014 By MIKE STURLA I’ve been following with interest recent pronouncements from Gov. more »»

Marijuana edibles burgeoning into a cottage food industry

July 25, 2014 By LISA RATHKE The Associated Press MONTPELIER, Vt. — Move over, pot brownies. more »»

Suing Obamacare is Washington’s summer rerun

July 25, 2014 By FROMA HARROP On television, summer reruns are becoming a thing of the past. Noting a jump in demand for fresh entertainment in the hot months, TV execs are responding with original programmin. more »»

Humanitarian aid to terrorists

July 24, 2014 U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry allegedly told the United Nations that the United States would supply $47 million for so-called humanitarian aid in Gaza. more »»

HEALTHBEAT: Check doctors’ vitals, before they check yours

July 24, 2014 By LAURAN NEERGAARD And JENNIFER AGIESTA The Associated Press Americans consider insurance and a good bedside manner in choosing a doctor, but will that doctor provide high-quality care? A new poll... more »»

Heroin task force hears new guidelines for prescription drugs

July 22, 2014 By SAMANTHA WALLACE swallace@sungazette. more »»

Legislature should have stalled 1060

July 22, 2014 It’s not uncommon for Pennsylvania lawmakers to hold public hearings at various locations across the state to gather public input on projects or other proposals. more »»



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