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GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum questioned the media’s coverage of him during a stop in Des Moines on Saturday, and insisted he’s going to win the Jan. 3 Iowa Caucuses by engaging people on a grassroots level.
Santorum said he often hears people say they like him, he’s a More…
Florida had 69 mass layoff actions during the month of September, the fourth highest number in the nation, according to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics summary released today.
After cutting roughly $900 million in direct funding to K-12 education several weeks ago, Republican Gov. Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania told reporters Tuesday school districts have themselves to blame. But an education professor from the University of Rutgers begs to differ, mining past the policy minutiae to arrive with hard More…
After an 11th hour deal to patch together competing versions of a school voucher program failed to materialize Wednesday in the Pennsylvania Legislature, supporters of the bills expressed their disappointment.
Orthodox Union, the nation’s largest Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization, released a statement:
It’s a sad day for children and families
The school voucher bill in Pennsylvania will likely have to wait until after lawmakers return from their two-month summer recess following an 11th-hour push to cobble together legislation both chambers could agree on failed to materialize. Sen. Jeffrey E. Piccola (R), chairman of the Senate Education Committee and co-sponsor of the More…
Kris Kobach is the Kansas secretary of state and an attorney who is a pivotal player in the anti-immigration movement. He personally helped write much of the Alabama immigration law that was signed into law last week by Gov. Robert Bentley, a law recognized by both its proponents and opponents More…
On Monday an installment of Freedom Radio, a podcast production of FreedomWorks, outlined the conservative action group’s involvement in the school choice movement of Pennsylvania.
In an accident reminiscent of last year’s massive oil spill in Calhoun County, a natural gas hydrofracking operation in Pennsylvania suffered an explosion Tuesday evening and spewed huge quantities of chemicals into the surrounding area.
Bradford County’s director of public safety said a Chesapeake well went out
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday that it has found radioactive iodine in rainwater water in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts at levels higher that those considered safe in drinking water.
Jeff McMahon blogs for Forbes:
“It is important to note that the corresponding MCL for iodine-131 was calculated based