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This week, Pennsylvania Republicans in the Senate and the House were informed that Common Core Standards implementation would be delayed.
According to ABC, Americans for Prosperity State Director Jen Stefano once had a run-in with the Internal Revenu Service when filing her tax-exempt status information.
A legislative recommendation to establish a smaller government, and increase small business competition, was approved by voters in Washington State a year ago, through a liquor privatization measure afforded to them at the ballot. By phasing out government-run, state liquor stores, it would free up opportunities for small, private business owners to invest in their own liquor store.
Just last week the United States Postal Service announced another $1.9 billion loss in just one quarter, with the warning that without substantial changes the losses would continue to mount. Something has to give.
Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, (R-Butler) who introduced House Bill 50 legislation, said he believes there is more momentum to pass the Right-to-Work bill into law this session than there has been in any previous session. His legislation would prohibit an employer from deciding to hire an employee based on a condition of membership or non-membership in an organized labor group.
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Toomey and Pitts meet with Latino group
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