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More Than 11,000 Non-Citizens Are Registered To Vote in Pennsylvania

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Only U.S. citizens should be able to vote. That goes without saying. But someone in Pennsylvania apparently didn’t get the memo.

It has come to light that in Pennsylvania, more than 11,000 people who are not citizens managed to register to vote. Even worse, Governor Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania used legal tricks to block that information from being released.

“Pennsylvania officials have admitted to finding names of 11,198 non-citizens registered to vote on the state’s rolls — though top lawmakers suspect the number could still be higher,” the Washington Times reported.

Some in Pennsylvania are speaking out against the problem.

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NEW POLICY PREVENTS PENNSYLVANIA POLICE FROM ARRESTING ILLEGALS

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Pennsylvania has set down an entirely new set of rules for dealing with possible illegal aliens in the state that like other sanctuary states could give criminal illegal aliens a second or third chance to harm residents of the state.

When will Americans get tired of being third class citizens in their own country? The state claims the new policy is the result of pro-immigration groups accusing police of racial profiling.

They will not even be allowed to ask for identification unless they are citing or arresting someone. But, will that apply to everyone or just not to suspected illegals?

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What you need to know about Gov. Wolf’s budget

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Dear CF Friend,

On Tuesday, Gov. Wolf gave his fifth budget address, and what a change four years and nine defeated tax hikes make! Gov. Wolf continued to run away from the extreme rhetoric and actions of his early days in office, but (you knew there’d be a ‘but’), not all the rhetoric matches reality.

I’m happy to report the governor wants to reduce Pennsylvania’s extreme corporate tax rate and reform our criminal justice system in ways that will make us safer and improve lives. But when you dig into his actual proposals, his claims of not raising taxes, giving students better education opportunities, and embracing individual responsibility evaporate.

Despite claiming his budget has “no new taxes,” Gov. Wolf has called for a tax

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Argall: Budget plan offers a viable starting point for negotiations

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For Immediate Release

February 5, 2019

Argall: Budget plan offers a viable starting point for negotiations

HARRISBURG – Senator David G. Argall (R-Schuylkill) released the following statement today in response to Governor Wolf’s 2019-20 budget address:

“The plan proposed by the governor today includes some proposals that should earn bipartisan support, including funding for flood-ravaged communities, new tools to address blight, and initiatives to help create jobs and train workers for new careers. These ideas deserve a prompt and comprehensive review in order to promote stronger communities and a more robust economy not only in Schuylkill and Berks counties, but throughout Pennsylvania.

“While Governor Wolf’s budget address offers a viable

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Senator Mike Folmer Column: Remembering Lincoln

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In these times of extreme rhetoric and deep political divisions, consider the words of President Lincoln, whose birthday we celebrate February 12: “Folks are usually about as happy as they make their minds up to be.”

Abraham Lincoln’s contemporaries attacked him in editorials, speeches, journals, diaries, and private letters. Even without Twitter and social media, they criticized his upbringing, his lack of formal education, and even his appearance.

Harper’s Weekly told readers: “He is not a brilliant orator; he is not a great leader.” An Ohio Congressman agreed: Lincoln “is universally an admitted failure, has no will, no courage, no executive capacity . . . .”

A New Yorker wrote Lincoln was “a barbarian, Scythian, yahoo, or gorilla.” After

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RELEASE: Veterans open house and health care enrollment event being held Feb. 14 at Lebanon VAMC

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LEBANON, Pa. – The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Lebanon VA Medical Center (VAMC) will hold a Veterans open house and health care enrollment event Feb. 14 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Building 17 of the facility located at 1700 S. Lincoln Ave.

Veterans will also have the opportunity to register for VA health care on site. Veterans interested in on-the-spot enrollment should bring their DD 214, 2018 income tax return (if filed) or 2018 income information and 2018 out-of-pocket household medical expenses. Questions on what to bring to accomplish enrollment can be directed to enrollment and eligibility at (717) 228-6000.

“We look forward to offering recurring opportunities for the

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Press Release – Aaron Bernstine

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Bernstine Selected to Participate in Presidential Leadership Scholars Program

February 6, 2019 For Immediate Release

NEW BEAVER BOROUGH — The Presidential Leadership Scholars (PLS) program today announced State Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Beaver/Butler/Lawrence) has been chosen as one of 60 scholars nationwide for the program’s fifth annual class.

PLS serves as a catalyst for a diverse network of leaders brought together to collaborate and make a difference in the world as they learn about leadership through the lens of the presidential experiences of George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Lyndon B. Johnson.

The fifth class was selected after a rigorous application and review process. Scholars were chosen based on their leadership growth potential and their personal leadership projects aimed at improving civic

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Senate State Government Committee approves bill to reform the lieutenant governor election process in Pennsylvania

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For Immediate Release

February 5, 2019

Senate State Government Committee approves bill to reform the lieutenant governor election process in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG – The Senate State Government Committee approved legislation today which would amend the state’s constitution to permit candidates for governor to choose their lieutenant governor candidate after the primary election – a process that mirrors how presidential candidates currently select their vice presidential running mates.

Senator David G. Argall (R-Berks/Schuylkill), the prime sponsor of Senate Bill 133, extended his gratitude to the committee for its bipartisan support, noting the importance of such reform in Pennsylvania. “A leadership team can’t be separated into two warring factions that ignore each other,” Argall said. “It’s plain

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