With the outing of Secretary of Education Ron Tomalis’ cheating on PSSA test scores, teachers and parents alike are questioning the actions taken, and those not taken. Corruption in education is never an easy topic, but former teacher Kathleen Clingan expresses her views as follows: Regarding “Pa. Districts Show Steep Drop in Test Scores” (Sept. 22): How dare Ron Tomalis,…..
With more eyes focusing on the governor’s budget, more and more people are willing to share their thoughts on how we should handle the state’s financial issues. This is exactly what the Majority Party PA hopes to help facilitate by using proven polling processes that let us know clear and concise trends in public opinion. Right now, here’s where the people stand: Click here…..
As was reported by the Associated Press, the taxation of Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling has yielded some interesting results in terms of the expected vs actual amount received by the State of Pennsylvania. Where an estimated $102.7 Million was to come from personal income taxes from the drilling, only $42.6 Million was filed. Although the number represents a percentage of the…..
The Majority Party PA was highlighted in a segment on Radio Smart Talk on WITF’s 89.5 and 93.3 this morning, mentioning the public opinion concerning the taxation of Marcellus Shale natural gas drillers, the state run liquor sales, and the taxation of smokeless tobacco: “Statewide public opinion polls conducted this year show usually about 65-70% of Pennsylvanians support a tax or impact…..