Here’s how to end the stalemate over the civil justice window for abuse survivors | Opinion
Lawmakers are still fighting needlessly. Gov. Josh Shapiro can -- and should -- put it on the November ballot.
To really fix Harrisburg we need to fix the Pa. Constitution | Patrick Beaty
As Pa. House Speaker Mark Rozzi said, 'Harrisburg is broken.' Fixing it will require long-term solutions.
Rolling the dice on redistricting was a bad bet for Pa. House Republicans | Opinion
GOP leaders’ refusal to engage on redistricting reform helps to explain their stunning loss of power.
How far will Pa. Republicans go to limit constitutional rights? | Opinion
We should expect the GOP to continue its assault on the Pennsylvania Constitution.
Adult victims of child sex abuse deserve a fair shot at justice | Patrick Beaty
Asking voters to decide unrelated questions on the same ballot places victims’ hopes at risk.
Confessions of a participation trophy liberal – and what it tells you about Pa. politics | Opinion
Compromise and bipartisanship is out the window in the Pa. General Assembly. We need a better dialogue.
The Pa. Constitution belongs to all of us. Not one political party | Patrick Beaty
By Patrick Beaty Article I of the Pennsylvania Constitution declares the fundamental rights of all Commonwealth citizens and defines in many respects the relationship between them and their elected representatives. Among the rights reserved to the people themselves is “the inalienable and indefeasible right to alter, reform or abolish their government in such manner as […]
Pennsylvania’s Congressional redistricting process has failed again | Opinion
But there’s hope for reform if our state Supreme Court is willing to try something new.
Pennsylvania Republicans are planning a redistricting redo in time for the 2024 election | Opinion
Power is everything, and almost nothing is out of bounds in pursuit of power - even amending the state Constitution.
The Pa. GOP’s attack on executive power is an undemocratic attack on our system | Opinion
Pennsylvania Republicans are planning ahead for the Shapiro administration.