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TOTAL LOSERS: DNC Suing Trump Campaign, Russia, And Wikileaks For Colluding To Win 2016 Election

By Matt Vespa at Townhall They still can’t get over it. They can’t. The talking heads for the Democratic Party say let’s move ...

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Cuomo to Pardon, Restore Voting Rights to 35,000-Plus Felons on Parole

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo / Getty Images BY: Jack Heretik / the Washington Free Beacon New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D.) will be granting ...

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The generation beyond compare--A call to royalty

  By Michael Bresciani at Renew America If we ask someone today, most would say we are the best generation of ...

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Confirmed: HUD Misplaced $2 Billion During 2016

By Ethan Barton /The Western Journal The Department of Housing and Urban Development let nearly $2 billion in federally insured loans go to ...

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Public Employees Resist Pension Reform as Crisis Looms

According to a new report, states face a collective [pension funding shortfall of $1.4 trillion. By Louis DeBroux · at The ...

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Ed Schultz: MSNBC Fired Me for Supporting Bernie Sanders, ‘They Were in the Tank for Hillary Clinton’

BY: David Rutz /  the Washington Free Beacon Ex-MSNBC host Ed Schultz in a recent interview ripped his former network as "in the tank ...

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Chicago Tribune Admits Residents Leaving Illinois because of Liberalism

Written by Joe Scudder/EagleRising High taxes and debt have residents leaving Illinois in large numbers, and even Liberals are noticing. Why are Illinoisans ...

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TAKE ACTION: Welfare Reform--Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania

Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania The Goal Should be to Promote Independence On Tuesday the Pennsylvania House passed HB 2138 with bipartisan support. This legislation ...

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PENNSYLVANIA NO LONGER RECOGNIZING VIRGINIA CONCEALED CARRY PERMITS

DAVE/KEEP AND BEAR For years, Pennsylvania and Virginia have equally recognized each other’s concealed carry permits and residents of both states ...

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Wagner, DiSanto, Brooks Introduce Bipartisan Reform to Reduce State Regulation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 19, 2018 Wagner, DiSanto, Brooks Introduce Bipartisan Reform to Reduce State Regulation HARRISBURG – Senators from around Pennsylvania are ...

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TAKE ACTION: Welfare Reform–Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania

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Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania The Goal Should be to Promote Independence

On Tuesday the Pennsylvania House passed HB 2138 with bipartisan support. This legislation would make important changes to Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance (MA) program. Welfare programs too often measure their success by the number of people enrolled; not how many people achieve independence. HB 2138 reforms the MA program by adding work requirements for able-bodied adults. Work requirements should be a cornerstone of any welfare reform proposal. According to the sponsor of the legislation, Rep. Matt Dowling, 51 percent of able-bodied MA recipients do not work.

At one-time MA was truly limited to the neediest, but that changed with Obamacare. Now nearly 20 percent of the US population are

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PENNSYLVANIA NO LONGER RECOGNIZING VIRGINIA CONCEALED CARRY PERMITS

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For years, Pennsylvania and Virginia have equally recognized each other’s concealed carry permits and residents of both states were free to carry their concealed weapons across state lines, but that is all changing.

Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania Attorney General just announced that his state will no longer accept or recognize Virginia concealed carry permits effective in 30 days. Virginia residents traveling to the Keystone State will have to leave their concealed carry weapons at home before crossing the state line, however, Virginia will continue to recognize concealed carry permits and weapons from Pennsylvania residents.

The move is due to Virginia not having as strict of a background check system as Pennsylvania.

 

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Wagner, DiSanto, Brooks Introduce Bipartisan Reform to Reduce State Regulation

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April 19, 2018

Wagner, DiSanto, Brooks Introduce Bipartisan Reform to Reduce State Regulation

HARRISBURG – Senators from around Pennsylvania are proposing to crack down on excessive state government regulations through a bipartisan reform measure introduced in the state Senate.

Senators Scott Wagner (R-York), John DiSanto (R-Dauphin/Perry) and Michele Brooks (R-Crawford/Erie/Mercer/Warren) along with 14 other senators are seeking to count, cap and reduce the number of regulations in Pennsylvania.

The senators observed how the regulatory environment in Pennsylvania is holding back Pennsylvania businesses and individuals from succeeding in their fields. “We are chasing jobs out of this state because small businesses are buried in red tape,” Wagner noted, also

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Media Advisory: Rep. Smucker, Chairman Graves to Visit High Steel Structure

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Rep. Smucker, Chairman Graves to Visit High Steel Structures

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Lloyd Smucker (PA-16) and Chairman Sam Graves (MO-06) will visit High Steel Structures on Tuesday, April 24th at 10:30 a.m. where they will be given a tour of the facility and participate in a forum with employees.

Chairman Graves leads the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Highways and Transit. The subcommittee has responsibility for the development of national surface transportation policy, including policies related to the construction and improvement of highway and transit facilities, of safety and research programs, and regulation of commercial motor vehicle operations. Rep. Smucker serves as the subcommittee’s

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Welfare Reform Bills Move Forward–State Rep Jozwiak’s Report

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Weekly Roundup Friday, April 20, 2018 The latest news from the State Capitol Promoting Self-Sufficiency with Welfare Work Requirements

To ensure that public assistance programs can benefit those in legitimate need, the House is advancing three measures designed to encourage self-reliance through work experiences. In other states with work requirements, families have seen their incomes double and have been able to follow their dreams of self-sustainability.

Passing the House this week was House Bill 2138, which would require the Department of Human Services (DHS) to institute work or community engagement requirements for able-bodied Medical Assistance recipients. The work requirements include being employed or attending a job training program for 20 or more hours a week or completing 12 job training

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Simmons Bill to halt School Board candidates cross-filing goes to the Senate

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Representative Justin Simmons 131st District Pennsylvania House of Representatives Media Contact: Andy Briggs

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April 19, 2018

Simmons’ Bill to End Cross-Filing by School Board Candidates Advances to Senate

HARRISBURG – Legislation sponsored by Rep. Justin Simmons (R-Lehigh/Montgomery/Northampton), that would remove the ability of school board candidates to cross-file nomination petitions in Pennsylvania, was approved by the House of Representatives on Wednesday.

 

House Bill 638 would amend the Pennsylvania Election Code, which currently allows candidates running for the position of school board member to file nomination petitions for multiple

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Central PA Veterans Overwhelmingly Approve of Wait Time at Lebanon VA

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LEBANON, PA. – Veterans are more satisfied with the wait time at Lebanon VA Medical Center than any of the nine other facilities in its region according to a recent U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs survey.

The survey asked Veterans treated by VA if they were satisfied with the time it took to get an appointment. Lebanon VA Medical Center earned a satisfaction rating of 86 percent, which is 15 percent higher than VA’s national average and the highest in the region that includes facilities in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Ohio.

“More than 86 percent of Veterans reported they always or usually get appointments for the care they needed right away at the Lebanon VA and our

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CEPTA presents the Mackenzie v Beitler Debate

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The Concerned East Penn Taxpayers Association scheduled a debate between the Republican candidates for Pennsylvania’s 134th District House seat.

Click the link below and view the event.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyIIjf-tXGM&feature=youtu.be

Preview YouTube video CEPTA 4’17’2018 HD 134 State Rep Debate W Ron Beitler ‘ Ryan Mackenzie

CEPTA 4’17’2018 HD 134 State Rep Debate W Ron Beitler ‘ Ryan Mackenzie

 

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