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Pennsylvania, like many other states, has a digital divide that separates the haves from the have-nots. And at no other time has this divide seemed wider than in the last year when the COVID pandemic brought the demand for internet service into sharp focus. From students trying to do their l…

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Earlier this week it was revealed that the Pennsylvania Department of State failed to advertise the 2019 passage of a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would allow the victims of child sex abuse, whose claims had been barred by the statute of limitations, a two-year window in…

I truly hope for America to become a United States of America once again. For those who have listened to the pleas of the man who won the presidential election, you know that deep within his heart, he cares passionately about ending the ugly divisiveness of the last four years. A true son of…

Republicans in the Pennsylvania Legislature are trying to pass a constitutional amendment that would change how we elect Supreme Court justices and other Appellate Court judges. Instead of electing them statewide, the General Assembly would decide by drawing districts for each justice and judge.

Ever since it appeared that Donald Trump was in danger of losing his bid for reelection, he has promoted, and unambiguously pronounced as true, that the 2020 election would be rigged, and, after he lost, that he himself had absolutely won in a landslide and was the victim of a massive “steal…

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Pfizer and Moderna announced that in their advanced clinical trials, Covid-19 candidate vaccines have been 95 and 94.5 percent effective, respectively. Federal regulators have authorized the vaccines for emergency use -- and healthcare workers have started receiving shots already.

There is no doubt Roe v. Wade is a landmark Supreme Court case, due to its historical and legal significance, but I find it difficult to celebrate its anniversary, even as someone who has accessed abortion and who fights to protect and expand access to safe, legal abortion every day. Despite…

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While shocking, the events of January 6, 2021 were hardly surprising. Leaving aside Donald Trump’s often abhorrent behavior over the last four years of his presidency, his actions in just the last few months were a strong signal of what was to come.

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I, like you, am also alarmed and concerned about the many issues that are stemming from this election. The voting problems we’ve experienced over the past week began when Governor Wolf decertified every machine in the state, immediately following the 2016 presidential election. There was nev…

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“We’re signing a health care plan within two weeks, a full and complete health care plan that the Supreme Court decision on DACA gave me the right to do.” - President Trump (July 19, 2020)

October 7 marked National Energy Efficiency Day, where people around the country were encouraged to reduce their carbon footprint and cut their energy use at home. Simple lifestyle choices can help to protect the environment and save consumers money. Some of these changes include eating less…

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There are some loving souls who truly understand what their religious leaders say to us during weekend religious services. They hear and understand the golden rule: ”In everything do to others as you would have them do to you; for this is the law.” They hear and understand the edict: “Always…

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It seems very apparent because of what’s reported in the news lately that America, perhaps the world’s greatest nation, is systematically being destroyed from within. Unfortunately, there is little being done to prevent it.

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Philadelphia was the nation’s capital in 1793. It had more than 50,000 people living in Old City (a one square mile block that contains our most precious historic buildings like Independence Hall). When the Yellow Fever plague arrived during the summer of 1793 it killed more than 5,000 Phila…

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Pennsylvania Local Government Week is April 6-10, and we can think of no better time to recognize our townships, which are on the front lines of making sure life goes on as smoothly and safely as possible in their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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There is good news for the people who live in Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District. We have an exceptional candidate for Representative to the U.S. Congress this year, Ivyland Boro Councilwoman Christina Finello, who will be the most effective and responsive advocate for the citizens of…

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It was the second time flood waters rose and devastated parts of Bucks County.  The flooding had been the worst anyone had seen.  Flooded out homes and business littered the Delaware River coastline and the water stayed longer than expected, adding insult to what had been destroyed.  In Yard…

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I saw a brave member of Congress in a crowded, raucous town hall defending a vote to impeach this lawless president. I admired the virtues of commitment, courage, and honesty on display in a roomful of rowdy constituents. But sadly, this woman was not our townhall-fearing Congressman Brian F…

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On November 30, the nation will celebrate Small Business Saturday; a day set aside to support your local retail shop, restaurant, or other independently-owned small business. We encourage your participation in this year’s event, which falls two days after Thanksgiving and hope you continue t…

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Corryn Kronnagel is my choice for District Judge. She has a law degree and almost a decade of trial experience. Corryn has represented hundreds of Plaintiffs and Defendants in both criminal and civil matters, including landlord/tenant cases, which are heard before a District Judge.