Congressman Dan Meuser shares his perspective on President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office.
Reducing risk for child abuse involves making changes in society, in your community, in relationships, and in providing support to individual people.
League of Women Voters President Shirley McCormick says organization tried very hard to have participation from all four candidates in last week’s SD-48 forum.
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “In all candor, the property tax and school funding problem will NOT go away and, if we do not solve it soon, it will crater sectors of our Commonwealth.”
The first step in helping abused or neglected children is learning the signs of child abuse and neglect.
Retired newspaper reporter Monica von Dobeneck discusses the April 20 League of Women Voters forum for the open PA 48th Senatorial District seat.
“This isn’t just an unemployment issue; this is the vitality of our local economy. Let’s get Lebanon County back to work.”
“Senate District 48 voters must insist that Mr. Gebhard inform them of his position on Senate Bill 222 before the May 18 election.”
It is important to know that ANY community member may act as a permissive reporter.
“As the only resident of Dauphin county (and ONLY woman that threw my proverbial hat into the ring to run for the Republican nod, I am disheartened by the lack of concern for the other two counties that the 48th District Senate seat represents.”
“The 48th is an extremely gerrymandered district. Thousands of citizens reside in York and Dauphin Counties and have had no effective representation for a decade.”
Amaury Abreu encourages renters facing difficulty paying to reach out about available resources – “It is better to get help and pay for rent than not reach and get kicked out of the place you live in and taint your reputation in the process.”
It is hard for most adults to wrap their minds around child abuse.
“The Lebanon County Farm Bureau is recognizing Rural Roads Safety Week April 18-24 by encouraging county motorists to travel safely on roadways this spring and throughout the year.”
State Rep. Frank Ryan writes: “Please remember to vote. This primary election, May 18, 2021 is for all voters.”