Daily Archives: January 10, 2013

Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance

While the Obama administration and some Democrat lawmakers plot ever more extreme assaults on the Second Amendment, state and local officials across the country are working just as hard to find ways to protect the gun rights of law-abiding citizens … Continue reading

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Push to Raise PA’s Minimum Wage

Now, at $7.15 per hour, the state minimum wage is lower than the federal minimum. Sen. Christine M. Tartaglione, recently re-appointed as Democratic chair of the Senate Labor and Industry Committee, says she planning to use her position to push for a new hike to … Continue reading

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80 Percent of Medicare Providers Will be Penalized

More than 80 percent of Medicare providers will face penalties for failing to meet quality thresholds if current performance trends continue, according to a new study. The Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute found Tuesday that fewer than one in … Continue reading

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