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I was late seeing “Black Panther,” the latest iteration in Marvel Comics’ cinematic universe. Growing up buying 25-cent comic books at Saturday’s Market has left me fond of … more
The “luck of the Irish” is a phrase often heard around St. Patrick’s Day. What does that mean and what do you do if you’re not Irish? According to Edward T. … more
“It’s about the kids.” From the time I was first elected to the General Assembly, these are the words I’ve been hearing about education: “It’s about the … more
  I read Matthew Krajsa’s letter to the editor posted on pressandjournal.com on Monday. Mr. Krajsa references my letter to the Middletown Area School District community detailing … more
I am writing in response to the recent event in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people, including children, were murdered in a high school. I have advocated privately on the matter of school … more
My love and respect for the constitution is why I ran for office and it’s also why I recently joined in legal action to block the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s newly mandated congressional … more
I was in fifth grade when Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold imprinted themselves on our national conscious by killing 12 of their classmates and one teacher at Columbine High School. I have no memory of … more
Pennsylvania is finally starting to thaw out from the frigid temperatures associated with Winter Storm Grayson, also dubbed a “bomb cyclone.” The severe weather system which swept through … more
The horrific act of violence that took place at a Florida high school on Valentine’s Day took the lives of 17 innocent students and staff. Our hearts and prayers go out to the Parkland … more
Earlier this month, the U.S. Senate announced its two-year budget deal. It contains a health care provision that many are touting as a victory for American seniors. The reform aims to close the … more
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