It’s been two weeks since a Commonwealth Court judge ruled Pennsylvania’s system of funding public schools is unconstitutional and must be revamped.
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Harrisburg-Carlisle Area Unemployment Stays Steady Per New Report
The Harrisburg-Carlisle metropolitan area unemployment rate (not seasonally adjusted) stayed steady at 2.8 percent Per New Report, well below the state and national average.
Pennsylvania Unemployment Hits New Record Low
According to the report, the national unemployment rate dropped to 3.5 percent in December, down 0.1 percent from the previous month.
Flu, RSV and COVID are Wreaking Havoc — But Teachers Don’t Feel Like They Can Stay Home When They’re Sick
Flu case counts are at their highest level for early December in a decade. COVID-19 is spiking once again. Surging diagnoses of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are resulting in overcrowded pediatric emergency rooms.
One Study Reveals How Pennsylvanians Prefer to Spend a Night In
Pennsylvanians are especially fond of enjoying a bottle of wine while binge watching a TV show.
Pennsylvania House Prices Nearly $250,000 Less Than National Average
Recent data from Realtor.com shows that the U.S. median listing price in August was $435,000 which is down $15,000 from the record high of $450,000 in June.
Mastriano Vows to Ban Abortion With No Exceptions
Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano this week doubled-down on his hardline abortion stance, calling the issue “the single most important issue in our lifetime” after reiterating his belief that the practice should be banned with no exceptions.
Shapiro Busy Campaigning and Opening Offices Throughout Pennsylvania
Shapiro faces Republican Doug Mastriano in November’s race for governor.
Shapiro & Mastriano: Voting Rights vs “Voter Fraud”
In the Pennsylvania governor’s race, Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) and State Senator Doug Mastriano (R) will be competing for votes, and both have severely contrasting views on how elections in the state should be run.
Senate Democrats Pass Historic Climate and Health Care Bill Over Unanimous GOP Opposition
Every Republican in the Senate voted against the Inflation Reduction Act.