Opportunity awaits as Philadelphia City Council members resign to run for mayor

Allan Domb resigned Monday to explore a bid for mayor. His and other members’ impending vacancies need to be taken seriously.

From the Editor

Editor’s Note: Let the story of the 4,000 beagles be a cautionary tale for Pennsylvania

It’s time to change the revenue structure for Dog Laws so officials can catch the bad guys sooner.


A suggestion on restoring impartiality and objectivity to election administration

In an op-ed, two Republican state representatives argue for election reforms in the commonwealth.


Poor energy policy is hurting Americans

In an op-ed, Lancaster County Commissioner Josh Parsons argues for the expansion of oil and gas production in Pennsylvania.

News & Politics

The overturning of Roe is just the beginning – LGBTQ+ rights could be next

As Pride Month comes to a close, a reminder to always fight for what is right.


On his birthday, reflecting on the legacy of Gov. Milton Shapp

In an op-ed, Ari Mittleman remembers the 40th governor of Pennsylvania as an optimist, innovator and bold policymaker.

Voting Rights

The misguided partisan focus on election proposals

In an op-ed, Make the Road PA’s Diana Robinson argues for greater access to the ballot box.


Regardless of what happens in November, an overhaul of the Pennsylvania GOP is long overdue

If dozens of candidates can flood the primary and split the vote for the Senate and governor, what's the point of having a state Republican Party?


Editor’s Note: Remembering when marriage equality became a reality

June is Pride month and wedding bells will soon be ringing for same-sex couples.

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Celebrate sport, embrace competition, practice empathy and stop attacking transgender athletes

State Reps. Maureen Madden and Ben Sanchez argue for the inclusion of transgender athletes in school sports


Pennsylvania Democrats are working to lower costs while Republicans push tax hikes

Commentary: An argument for why Pennsylvanians should vote Democrat in the next election.