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The death of cyber charter schools in Pa.?

A proposal would require a family to pay out-of-pocket tuition to attend a cyber charter school if their home district offers a “cyber-based program equal in scope
By Avi Wolfman-Arent, Keystone Crossroads

Gov. Wolf resuscitates a long-stymied priority: a minimum wage hike

The plan anticipates savings from getting low-wage workers off state Medicaid
By Katie Meyer

‘Johnny Doc’ charged: The political fallout

“Doc and Local 98 are a center of gravity in a campaign environment. When you remove that, the typical political path is no longer as predictable.”
By Dave Davies, WHYY


Gun control debate resumes in Harrisburg, with focus on what’s realistic

"We're starting to see this as a public health issue, which it really is."
By Katie Meyer

A new day may be dawning at Pa. Capitol when it comes to allegations of sexual misconduct

"I’m totally disgusted with the behavior, at a minimum.”
By Jan Murphy, PennLive

‘My heart has not been in this’: State Senator Rich Alloway on his surprise resignation

He says it was a confluence of events that caused him to take stock in recent weeks.
By Charles Thompson, PennLive

Former U.S. Sen. Harris Wofford of Pa. dies at 92

“The key to understanding my dad was that he believed in big ideas. He pursued them, and he pursued them over time.”
By Dave Davies, WHYY

John Fetterman: Pa. lieutenant governor’s appearance vs. reality might surprise you

“I made the choice at that point in ’95 that I didn’t want to spend the rest of my career just making my circumstances even better than they were."
By Charles Thompson, PennLive

New year, new laws. Check out some of the latest updates to Pa.’s books.

They include a 'Clean Slate' measure, designed to get people back into the workforce after convictions.
By Katie Meyer
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