Paul Mango says the incumbent Dem pushed for $8B in tax increases. Did he?
More ridership than ever is complicated when the population grows.
The Philly GOP says yes, and cites these examples.
Philadelphia’s numbers were down from 2016 to 2015, actually.
And PA Sen. Bob Casey grilled her about it Tuesday.
The reasoning behind the President-elect’s claim.
Los Angeles, Chicago and San Antonio were some of a few urban areas to see a substantial rise.
The claim comes from a site so obscure it doesn’t even show up on the first few pages of a Google search.
The last five years NFL teams have been more successful rushing for two than passing.
Maybe you’ve read about it.
He said media’s reported on “thousands” of incidents. Nope.
Does the former investment banker really want to privatize it?
The western Pennsylvania diner with a signature dessert that’s technically not its name.
No, Pat Toomey wouldn’t punish women who have abortions.
McGinty made over six figures from two energy companies after leaving her post in Ed Rendell’s administration.
Outgunned at home, Rep. John Taylor is the man in central PA.
There’s no proof Katie McGinty called Central Pennsylvanians uninformed.
The PA Republican Party has interpreted the stats that way.
Clinton’s plan would raise taxes that much — but there’s a definite “but” here.
Did Toomey flip-flop his stance on the TPP, especially as public support for the deal fades?