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Dealing with $15 Hour Minimum Wage

Arguing that no full-time worker should be paid so little as to live in poverty, Bernie Sanders supports increasing the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2020. This is part of his plan for reducing income inequality in the United States. Unfortunately, raising the minimum wage, especially by such a ...

Posted on 21 April 2016 Keep Reading...

Get a Grip

Millions of Americans, likely you are one of them, have sent a tax return off to the Internal Revenue Service over the past couple of weeks having been given little choice but to follow the Biblical admonition to "render under Caesar" a significant portion of your earnings. Neither ...

Posted on 18 April 2016 Keep Reading...

Brouillette Launches Commonwealth Partners

Commonwealth Partners
Contact: Gina Diorio
862-703-6670
media@thecommonwealthpartners.com

Matthew Brouillette Launches New Chamber of Entrepreneurs
Commonwealth Partners Will Advocate for Public Policies to Improve Economic and Educational ...

Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

PA Brings Transparency to Union Contracts

Pa. Brings Transparency to State Union Contracts
Gov. Wolf Signs Historic Reform Shining Light on Collective Bargaining Costs

April 14, 2016, HARRISBURG, Pa.–Gov. Tom Wolf today signed into law Senate Bill 644, a historic government transparency reform which empowers the ...

Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

Another School Strike in PA

(April 14, 2016)--With the just initiated Highlands School District strike, Pennsylvania continues to cling tenaciously to its title of teacher strike capital of the United States. For many years the Commonwealth accounted for half of all teacher strikes in the country. A strike creates ...

Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

CAP Announces Primary Endorsements

Primary 2016: CAP and CAP PAC Endorsements
This has been an incredible year for CAP and the CAP PAC. We have met with and interviewed amazing candidates from around the state. The following list includes only candidates facing a competitive primary.

Additional ...

Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

Violence, Race and Solutions

It didn't take long to hear some unsolicited comments from some friends and acquaintances about the firing by a local television station of a longtime news anchor after she posted Facebook comments regarding the mass shooting at a backyard cookout in Pittsburgh at which four women (one of whom was ...

Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

Toilet Tempest

First of Two Parts

Politics has always been a soiled business, but given the movements underway — both defending and pushing against laws governing which bathrooms transgender people can use — it's gotten even messier.

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Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

House Leader Demands Investigation into Wolf Actions

Representative William Adolph
165th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: John O'Brien
717.787.1711
jobrien@pahousegop.com
WilliamAdolph.com / Facebook.com/RepAdolph

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 12, 2016

Chairman Adolph Asks ...

Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

Time to Sunset the Tax Code

This is tax week, the week we're reminded how utterly insane our tax code is, at over 70,000 pages long. It would take over a year to read it at 2 minutes-per-page for forty hours a week. Yet there hasn't been a major tax reform in thirty years. So we at Let Freedom Ring have developed a novel ...

Posted on 14 April 2016 Keep Reading...

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