Editorials

Opposition to Civilian Police Review Board

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    SUE MEANS – DISTRICT #5 Office of the County Council 119 Courthouse ∙ 436 Grant Street Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Phone (412) 350-6490 Sue.Means@AlleghenyCounty.US The Republican Caucus of the Allegheny County Council opposes the countywide creation of a Civilian Police Review Board.  In order to oppose the measure they need a total of 8 […]

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Update on Conferee Process

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We have successfully launched Guy off to Washington and now the race is on to fill his seat in the State Senate. So far candidates to officially announce are D. Raja, Devlin Robinson and Bob Doddato. We will keep you updated on those who have expressed official interest in running. Unfortunately, not a single borough […]

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Swearing in of Valerie Gaydos and Guy Reshenthaler

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Guy Reschenthaler

Friends, Swearing-in day is almost upon us. I wouldn’t be heading to Washington to represent the people of the 14th district if it weren’t for your support.  I hope you’ll join me to celebrate your hard work at one (or more) of the events listed below. First, we’ve arranged for a Team Guy bus to […]

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More Vaccines?

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The Pennsylvania Coalition for Informed Consent, whose goal is protecting rights to medical consent for everyone, released the following information. The Allegheny County Board of Health (ACBOH) recently voted in Pittsburgh on a resolution to recommend the HPV vaccine to school students, unless a medical doctor discourages.  This resolution was NOT read in the public […]

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Raja Announces for State Senate

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Dear Friends, I am excited to announce my bid for the 37th District State Senate nomination. As you know, this important seat covers portions of Allegheny and Washington counties. A Special Election will be held in 2019 to replace State Senator Guy Reschenthaler who was recently elected to the 14th Congressional District. I want to […]

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What is the Child Health Association?

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The Child Health Association in Sewickley was founded in 1923 to foster the welfare of children in the Quaker Valley community.  The original goal of the organization was to raise sufficient funds to provide students with milk at school.  The association has raised funds over the years in various unique ways including house tours, garden […]