Don Kirkland, Sr.

  • July 6, 2021

What actions can you take now to ensure the values you cherish endure for generations? Leaving a legacy is something deeply rooted in the Kirkland family. Their business, Marine Equipment…

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Don Kirkland, Sr.

  • July 6, 2021

What actions can you take now to ensure the values you cherish endure for generations? Leaving a legacy is something deeply rooted in the Kirkland family. Their business, Marine Equipment…

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Op-Ed: PA Gov. Attacks Lawmakers’ Sensible Election Reforms

  • Nathan Benefield
  • June 25, 2021

Wolf is also ignoring new polling from Franklin & Marshall College, which shows that Pennsylvania voters believe election reform is necessary. Among voters polled, 81% favor signature matching for mail-in ballots…

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Op-Ed: With $7 Billion to Spend, Lawmakers Must Avoid Past Mistakes

  • June 16, 2021

The lesson is clear. If politicians use federal stimulus money to expand existing programs, their successors will face intense political pressure to make those spending increases permanent, compounding our structural…

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Op-Ed: More school choice means fewer lotteries

  • Stephen Bloom
  • June 16, 2021

SB 1 also includes an important provision to increase the availability of charter schools. Pennsylvania law currently places school districts in charge of charter school authorization. Unsurprisingly, districts often reject…

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Op-Ed: Students will suffer under Wolf’s latest charter attack

  • Colleen Hroncich
  • June 9, 2021

Targeting charter schools under the guise of fiscal responsibility is the latest attempt by the Wolf Administration to limit school choice for families. After the struggles of the past year,…

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Voters can restore checks and balances on May ballot

  • May 18, 2021

One amendment would limit an emergency declaration to 21 days; the General Assembly would have to approve extensions. The other would give the Legislature the power to end an emergency…

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Op-Ed: Vote yes in the May 18 referendum

  • May 17, 2021

In the case of the term-limited Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, voters won’t have that opportunity. And after a year of his decisions leaving our state in disarray— with unemployed workers, struggling families, students locked out of the classroom, and entire industries trying to recover…

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Op-Ed: Voters can restore checks and balances in Pa.

  • Kevin Mooney
  • May 12, 2021

On May 18, Pennsylvania voters will have the opportunity to overturn a state Supreme Court ruling that has enabled the governor to repeatedly extend emergency declarations without legislative input.

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Op-Ed: For real attacks on democracy, look to Pennsylvania

  • Jennifer Stefano
  • May 11, 2021

On May 18, two amendments will be on Pennsylvania’s primary ballot. One limits emergency declarations to 21 days and requires legislative approval for any extension. The other allows the legislature…

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