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Rep. Clymer Calls For Transportation Funding Resolution

The need for a comprehensive transportation funding solution for Pennsylvania was highlighted last week when officials toured weight-restricted Bucks County bridges that, if left unfixed, could cut-off major arteries serving two communities. On Thursday, Nov. 7, State Rep. Paul Clymer (R-Bucks) and PennDOT Executive Deputy Sec. Bradley L. Mallory met in Sellersville with borough officials […]

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POLS ON THE STREET: Misguided Legislators Fall For Judicial Merit Selection

BY JOE SHAHEELI/ State Reps. Brian Sims (D-S. Phila.), Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) and Pamela DeLissio (D-Northwest) are hell-bent on denying voters their right to vote for judges in the Commonwealth. They want to establish a merit-based system for naming statewide judges. They did so with great fanfare Tuesday joined, of course, by Lynn Marks, executive […]

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PPA Pioneers Parking For Scooters, Motorcycles

In announcing new parking options for scooters and motorcycles which will begin on January 6, 2014, Philadelphia Parking Authority Exec. Dir. Vince Fenerty said, “The PPA is committed to supporting and improving all transportation modes which contribute to the vitality and quality of life in our city. “Providing safe and secure parking options for scooters and […]

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Only In America!

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Only In America In China, the Communist government puts its highest officials in jail when accused of wrongdoing. In Russia, allegedly wrongdoing capitalists have found themselves behind bars in Siberia. In the United States, firms caught finagling billions from consumers get fined millions of dollars by the federal government. But no one is found responsible […]

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STATE SEN. ANTHONY WILLIAMS was recognized as a friend of the Holocaust Awareness Museum in Northeast Philadelphia. The museum society gathered for their annual dinner at the Philmont Country Club. Williams was recognized for his legislation mandating the teaching of the Holocaust in public schools. Also recognized for similar legislation was STATE REP. BRENDAN BOYLE. […]

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ELEPHANT CORNER:

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Last week GOV. TOM CORBETT announced his decision to run for a second term. Corbett brought his “Promises Kept Re-Election Tour” to the Delaware Valley with a stop in Philadelphia last Thursday at the Loudenslager America Legions Post in Fox Chase. The room was packed with roughly 200 supporters and about half as many detractors […]

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HOW ABOUT the Delaware Co. Republican Party leader’s letter comparing Democrats to CANCER in county judicial races? Why can there not be DEMOCRATIC judges, sir? And it ain’t KOSHER to say it on township stationery…. I was SURPRISED to learn State Rep. Brian SIMS is proposing MERIT SELECTION of judges legislation. I never had a […]

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  RADIO HOST for the day Juan Ramos broadcasts live from Relish with WURD 900 team on election day. Photo by Rory McGlasson    Send article as PDF   

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