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New law in Pa. keeps Amish from casting their vote

New law in Pa. keeps Amish from casting their vote

TEMP ORARY April 20, 2012 0

On March 14, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett signed a new law, joining Pennsylvania with Indiana, Kansas, Tennessee and Georgia as having the strictest voter identification requirement in the United States. Republicans are advocating the

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Penn. funds gambling addiction prevention program

Penn. funds gambling addiction prevention program

TEMP ORARY March 29, 2012 0

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has received $4.6 million in the past year to curb gambling. The money, allocated from a small percentage of revenue from Pennsylvania casinos, was given in an effort to

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Gov. Corbett proposes largest prison reduction in Pa. history

Gov. Corbett proposes largest prison reduction in Pa. history

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

Last week, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett proposed legislation for the biggest reduction in prison population in Pennsylvania’s history

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Former Pa. representative faces charges

Former Pa. representative faces charges

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

Former State Representative Brett Feese has been sentenced to 4 to 12 years in a state prison. He was one of the main culprits involved in the House GOP Computergate scandal and was found

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York City School District struggles with $8 million budget gap

York City School District struggles with $8 million budget gap

TEMP ORARY February 23, 2012 0

Early this month, York City School District announced that, due to an $8 million budget gap, it may not be able to pay its teachers come April. District business consultant James Duff stated that

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Penn State suffers major loss: JoePa dies at 85

Penn State suffers major loss: JoePa dies at 85

TEMP ORARY January 26, 2012 0

Happy Valley was once home to a man who holds the record for most victories (409) by a Division I coach. Joe Paterno, former head football coach for the Pennsylvania State University, passed away

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Burning barns increase local air pollution

Burning barns increase local air pollution

TEMP ORARY November 17, 2011 0

Two barns on Trail Road in East Hanover, Pa. caught fire Nov. 4 around 1 a.m. Currently the fires have been extinguished, but the remnants of ashes and hot debris still pose major health

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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett fights for education reform

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett fights for education reform

TEMP ORARY October 27, 2011 0

Governor Tom Corbett is now, for the second time, proposing a plan for Pennsylvania public school reform. His initiative involves a voucher program for low-income students in failing public schools to attend private schools,

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