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Ed Mahon, Reporter & The Context Producer

Ed Mahon is a reporter for PA Post.

Previously, he was an investigative and political reporter at the York Daily Record/Sunday News, where his work revealed holes in Pennsylvania’s system for protecting victims of domestic violence.

He grew up in Delaware County, graduated from La Salle University in Philadelphia and has lived in Pennsylvania most of his life.

Latest by Ed Mahon

Pence, Biden campaign visits highlight Keystone State’s battleground status

Pence itinerary included stops in Lancaster, Chester and Philly; Biden was in Scranton, his childhood hometown
By Ed Mahon

By-the-numbers: COVID-19’s big hit to Pa.’s economy

Budget shortfall, job losses and lost wages
By Ed Mahon

Erie community college gets greenlight from state Board of Education

“This is a giant step forward."
By Ed Mahon

Some police departments say publicizing use-of-force policies builds trust. Others say the public can’t be trusted

Killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day heightens calls for transparency in how police in Pennsylvania are trained
By Joseph Darius Jaafari and Ed Mahon

Pa. court backs Wolf on emergency powers as governor expands mask mandate

Also: Legislature eyes crackdown on fireworks
By Ed Mahon

The dispute over the Wolf administration’s handling of coronavirus in nursing homes, explained

State Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said the coronavirus typically enters nursing homes through workers who don’t have symptoms.
By Ed Mahon

Wolf says he’s not ready to follow Allegheny County’s lead and shut bars statewide

Rise in coronavirus cases in western Pa.'s largest county prompted new restrictions there
By Ed Mahon

Biden brings campaign to Lancaster, but remains out of sight

Trump supporters and Black Lives Matter protesters faced off briefly outside venue where Democratic presidential candidate spoke
By Ed Mahon

Pa. House passes bill to exempt guns from restrictions imposed during emergency declarations

“I really don’t think there’s reason for the governor to have this power over guns. We are given the ability to keep and bear arms by the Constitution.”
By Ed Mahon