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Citizens United will stifle U.S. business innovation

January 24, 2015 By DAVID LEVINE Five years after the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Citizens United vs. FEC, the United States is still feeling its ill effects. more »»

 
 
 
Big tax bills for poor, tiny for rich

January 24, 2015 American politics are dominated by those with mone. more »»

Wanted: Leaders for Lock Haven

January 23, 2015 The elections this year involve a race we haven’t seen in a long time. Lock Haven Mayor Rick Vilello is not seeking re-election. He is leaving the chair open for a new city leader. more »»

2015: Deciding between the good and best for year ahead

January 23, 2015 2015 will be over almost quicker than you can say Happy New Year! Just look how fast 2014 sped by us all. Time rarely feels as if it’s standing still unless we are waiting on something to happen. more »»

As pay falls, job growth surges

January 22, 2015 By JOSH BOAK and CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER AP Economics Writers This isn’t explained in Econ 101. Month after month, U.S. hiring keeps rising, and unemployment keeps falling. more »»

Opportunity for all, favoritism for none

January 22, 2015 By ED FEULNER Many of us launch a new year with resolutions. We may not write out a formal list, but something about the arrival of January 1 makes us want to do better. more »»

Don’t be afraid to give kids independence

January 22, 2015 When I started second grade at St. Mary's Elementary School in Albuquerque, my parents decided it was time I learned how to walk to school. more »»

Salvaging kids from a broken system

January 21, 2015 By Gene Budig News about the present and future of American K-12 education continues to be discouraging. But a series of effective out-of-school programs is creating a glimmer of hope. more »»

State townships chief on municipal pensions: The rest of the (untold) story

January 21, 2015 By DAVID M. SANKO Make no mistake: Pennsylvania is in the midst of a public pension crisis. more »»

Looking forward by looking back

January 21, 2015 By LEE H. HAMILTON With the 114th Congress underway, the political world is focused intently on the road ahead. more »»

Pa. spends far too much on its legislature

January 20, 2015 About $263 million. That’s what has been budgeted for the Pennsylvania General Assembly this fiscal year. more »»

Investigating the Pa. attorney general: Is it time for another independent counsel statute?

January 20, 2015 There is no question that Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has made mistakes. more »»

Who pays? Study says Pennsylvania’s low-income residents pay three times higher share of income in taxes than wealthy

January 20, 2015 Pennsylvania’s ranking worsened on a biennial report card measuring the fairness of state and local taxes, according to a study released by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy and the... more »»

Frozen Snot: Because it’s there

January 17, 2015 The Turkey Trot, the Megatransect, mud runs, the Hyner Challenge — Central Pennsylvania is home to a number of races and challenge course. more »»

Applause, Applause!

January 17, 2015 Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applause. more »»

Long passed-over transportation project has merit

January 16, 2015 eciding where best to spend money on roads and bridges is a critical task, as the powers-that-be determine priorities based on the state of roads and bridges, and traffic volumes. more »»

Educating to opportunity

January 16, 2015 By LOWMAN S. HENRY Democrats, legislatively decimated but flush with executive power, have decided to make increased spending on public education the centerpiece of their domestic agenda for 2015. more »»

First impressions don’t always matter

January 16, 2015 Bet on it! Gov.-elect Tom Wolf is going to have a rough first year in office. more »»

ACLU: Pa. law to silence offenders’ speech violates First Amendment

January 15, 2015 By ANDREW STAUB PA Independent HARRISBURG — The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania on Thursday made good on its promise to sue over a new state law that gives crime victims and... more »»

The brass badge of impunity

January 15, 2015 I have my grandfather’s brass badge as a family keepsake. more »»

Doug Buckwalter teaches the rewards of hard work

January 14, 2015 sk those who know Central Mountain High School wrestling Coach Doug Buckwalter, and they’ll tell you he’s all about the kids and others, not himself. more »»

 
 

Spaghetti and meatball dinner January 25, 2015

To benefit Camp Kids, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., United Evangelical Lutheran Church, First and West Church streets, Lock Haven; take-outs also; menu includes salad and dessert. more »

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