Voters may have elected Biden to be ‘normal’, but they also need action | Opinion

BY: - November 23, 2021

Voters may not have elected another FDR. But we desperately need one after decades of trickle-down attacks on government

With Supreme Court ruling, the fight over gerrymandering reform moves to the states

BY: - July 7, 2019

WASHINGTON – Battles over partisan gerrymandering are poised to shift to the states in the wake of a major U.S. Supreme Court decision issued last week.  The high court dealt a major blow to efforts to combat politicized redistricting when it issued a high-profile 5-4 opinion finding that courts couldn’t settle such disputes.  Now, state-level […]

Pa.’s Brian Fitzpatrick: ‘Republican enabler’ or ‘bipartisan dealmaker?’

BY: - March 13, 2019

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick has cast some key votes with Democrats. Will that be enough to immunize him against a challenge in 2020?