Friday Apr 11
A $75,000 egg sandwich paid for by Pa. taxpayers
It could be one of the priciest egg sandwiches ever made -- yet never eaten. And Pennsylvania taxpayers are footing the bill.
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Thu Apr 10, 2014
Throwback Thursday: That Time Dan Maffei Voted for the GOP Shutdown
The Internet loves it some Throwback Thursday, and Primary Colors is no different.
Coffman Signs On: ENDA Gains One New GOP Co-Sponsor
The Employment Non Discrimination Act , currently stalled in the Republican lead House of Representatives due to lack of support by Speaker John Boehner and GOP lawmakers, gained a new ally Wednesday when Colorado Repubican Rep. Mike Coffman announced his support for the legislation.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Pa. taxpayers paid for a $75,000 egg sandwich
A long-running court battle between a Harrisburg restaurant owner and a former member of Gov. Corbett's cabinet over the preparation of an egg sandwich has ended with a $75,000 settlement, court records show.
Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY) Accepts Congressional Champion for Children Award from Save the Children
The congressman accepted the award at Save the Children's Advocacy Summit , in front of an audience of students who travelled across the country to "High-quality early learning guarantees a reduction in spending on entitlements, welfare and incarceration," Rep. Hanna said.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Ian Hunter drops bid to force GOP primary against John Katko in 24th Congressional District
Ian Hunter , a conservative Republican who insisted for months that he would try to force a GOP primary in the 24th Congressional District, abruptly abandoned the effort Saturday night.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
House passes bill redefining full-time workers under Obamacare; Maffei and Hanna split on issue
The House of Representatives voted along party lines today to pass a bill that would modify the Affordable Care Act to define full-time employees as those who work at least 40 hours per week, rather than the 30-hour threshold under the existing law.
Fleet Owner Magazine
Key legislators seek GAO review of HOS studies
The chairmen of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and its highways and transit subcommittee have asked the U.S. Government Accountability Office to evaluate two studies that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration used to justify changes to hours of service regulations for commercial motor vehicle drivers.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Bitcoin and small business go to the Hill
Cost savings vs. risks were the discussion on the Hill today at the first hearing in the House of Representatives on Bitcoin and its role for small business owners, reported in The Hill news.
The return of ESRA - End of the line for inBloom? - Cracks in...
THE RETURN OF ESRA: Members of the House education committee are expected to reintroduce a bipartisan rewrite of the Education Sciences Reform Act today, according to a House aide.
Congressman Richard Hanna Defends Record
Congressman Richard Hanna was live on the telephone Monday with First News With Keeler in the Morning on WIBX radio.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Charleston Daily Mail
Ramesh Ponnuru: Licensed Fortune Tellers?
Melanie Armstrong wanted to be an African hair braider, practicing a skill passed down from generation to generation.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Fates of 2005's top ten RINOs should alarm GOP purists
In recent years, many conservatives have blamed RINOs - Republicans in name only - for the recent Republican failures at the polls as well as for the failure of the GOP to stop the explosive growth in government.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Guest Viewpoint: Bring Alzheimer's out from the shadows
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Fri Mar 28, 2014
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Hanna, former Pa. Gov. Ridge visit Binghamton Armory
U.S. Representative Richard Hanna was joined at the Binghamton Armory Friday by former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge to discuss the importance of the New York National Guard and the potential of an expanding role for the citizen soldiers.
North Country Now
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Sen. Joseph A. Griffo is calling on the federal government to provide additional funding for roads severely damaged by potholes due to the harsh winter.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
A Tea Party Vs. Establishment Fight In New York?
At a time when even Democrats were running away from President Obama, Hanna responded to last year's State of the Union Address with praise saying he , "I have to say that I'm frustrated by how much we - I mean the Republican Party - are wiling to give deferential treatment to our extremes in this moment in history."
U.S. Mint starts selling first curved coins to benefit Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown
The U.S. Mint today began selling this 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin, a $5 gold coin minted in honor of the Cooperstown museum's 75th anniversary this year.
The Evening Sun
Arts Council to unveil "Artistic Discovery"
The Chenango Arts Council is setting the stage for one of the largest youth-oriented art shows of the year.
The Greenville News
Interior designer opposes licensing
Forcing interior designers to obtain state licenses would kill jobs and stifle creativity, a Greer designer testified Wednesday during a congressional hearing on occupational licensing.