If Scheller, who is running against incumbent Susan Wild for US House, wants to claim that $10,000 in student loan relief is a bad idea and that students should pay back every cent they borrow, that is certainly her right. But doing so after taking $5 million in government loans she will never pay back isn’t likely to sit well with Pennsylvania voters.
With just a few months to go before election day, opinions on who will control the House in 2023 are beginning to shift. Early polls projected that Republican control of the chamber was a near certainty, but now that Americans are staring down the barrel of a post-Roe world and dealing with the very real,...
As the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas was unfolding, as the numbers were growing and no one knew for certain just how many children, teachers, and school personnel were injured or dead, community leaders responded in very different ways.
Although not included in the final bill, 77 projects identified by Pennsylvania’s Congressional delegation in an earlier version of the legislation could potentially receive funding from the billions earmarked for transportation upgrades in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.