All workers face caregiving responsibilities at some point – whether it’s a child, a parent, or themselves. It’s time employers stop punishing them for that.
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New Pennsylvania legislation would require certain people to prove they are working in order to receive Medicaid benefits. It’s a solution in search of a problem.
PA is now the only state in the country without a budget. For more than two months, House GOP leaders have refused to agree on common sense solutions to keep our state government funded and running.
When is half less than zero? When it’s the Pennsylvania state budget.
Republican leaders in the U.S. Senate are trying to ram through a disastrous health care bill this week. Bottom line? It would remove health coverage from 22 million Americans.
Today we’re launching Thirty Weeks of Action to celebrate our thirty years of service, policy advocacy, community education, and amplifying the voices of people in poverty.
A new plan would help struggling Pennsylvanians by making sure our commonwealth is a place of thriving communities and individual opportunity.
Ed Eichenlaub (D), running for election to the State Senate in the 37th district, answered our 2016 Voter Guide questions for candidates on the ballot in Allegheny County.
Dan Frankel (D), running for re-election to the State House of Representatives in the 23rd district, answered our 2016 Voter Guide questions for candidates on the ballot in Allegheny County.
John Craig Hammond (D), running for election to the State House of Representatives in the 28th district, answered our 2016 Voter Guide questions for candidates on the ballot in Allegheny County.