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HB 286: Informed Consent Protection Act

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HB286, primary sponsor, Representative Daryl Metcalfe, is legislation that upholds parental rights by requiring fair and equal access to medical treatment for children.  The legislation guarantees that children residing in the Commonwealth receive medical treatment irrespective of their vaccination status and removes the ability and incentive of healthcare providers to discriminate against families who may […]

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Write In Republican Candidate for County Controller

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Allegheny County Republican Voters  we need your help on Tuesday, May 21 There is no Republican candidate for  Allegheny County Controller on your ballot to challenge  Chelsa Wagner in November ———————————— Help us Write-in Brooke Nadonley Write-ins are easy  Under Allegheny County Controller — just touch the mark that says “write-in candidate” on the voting […]

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Senator Toomey’s comments on the Mueller Report

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I’ve repeatedly stated that Attorney General Barr should be as transparent as possible about the Special Counsel’s findings while being consistent with the law and longstanding Department of Justice policy. While I have not had the opportunity to review the just-released 448 page report, all Americans should be pleased that the Special Counsel concluded there […]

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City of Pittsburgh Sued over New Gun Control

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Ammoland Inc. Posted on April 9, 2019 by AmmoLand Editor Duncan Johnson Pittsburgh Mayor William PedutoPITTSBURGH, PA –-(Ammoland.com)- Today, attorneys Joshua Prince and Adam Kraut of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., filed a new lawsuit against the City of Pittsburgh, Mayor Bill Peduto, and six City Council members over the City’s latest gun control legislation. […]

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How Dems Plan to Lock In a Majority

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Republicans had better wake up and get involved ~ that means you too Quaker Valley   Democrats are so certain they’ll win the White House in 2020 that they aren’t only measuring the drapes; they’re contemplating an extreme makeover of government that would advance and lock in an ambitious progressive legacy. The 2016 presidential election […]

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Here are your candidates

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Written by John Cole, Managing Editor Last night, Democrat Pam Iovino and Republican D. Raja faced off in a debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh at Robert Morris University. The two candidates are vying for the open seat in the 37th state Senate District, vacated by Rep. Guy Reschenthaler, who […]

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Meet Superior Court Candidate, Rebecca Warren

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 Rebecca Warren – Superior Court Candidate  Rebecca Warren was born and raised in a small coal town in Pennsylvania.  After graduating with honors from Bloomsburg University, Rebecca was awarded a scholarship to The Dickinson School of Law, receiving her Juris Doctorate in 1991. Upon graduation, Rebecca joined a central Pennsylvania law firm, focusing on civil […]

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Matt Drozd wants Tax Cuts

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The Allegheny County annual budget is just under 1 trillion dollars. Vermont’s state budget is 1.5 trillion, South Dakota is 1.5 trillion.  What this means is, in Pennsylvania, we are voting for people who control a budget almost comparable to the size of a state budget. Matt Drozd is a fiscal hawk and wants to […]