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Deadline for Voter Registration Approaches

Jeff Bohen- Digital Reporter Voting season is upon us, with the municipal primary taking place on Tuesday May 21. The deadline to register, or make changes, to your voter registration information, for the Municipal election is Monday April 22. Click for a Bucks County Voter Registration application. Pennsylvania residents can also register to vote online

Galloway Introduces Bill to Protect Consumers

Jeff Bohen- Digital Reporter State Rep John Galloway(D-Bucks) introduced legislation last week aimed at protecting consumers whose new homes have been damaged by water. In a Facebook post, Galloway explained the impetus for his bill: “Many Bucks County residents continue to report severe water damage to their homes due to shoddy workmanship. After looking into

State Representative Tina Davis hosts Second Chance Expo

By Alex Lloyd Gross People will make a mistake and that is the nature of the beast. Just how much they should pay for their error is a matter of debate. The passage of the Clean Slate Bill allows for expungement and the sealing of criminal records for people convicted of certain crimes. in Pennsylvania.

Amazon upset with city officials over cashless stores

By Alex Lloyd Gross Amazon, the largest retail company in the world is upset at Philadelphia city council for voting to not allow cashless stores in the city.  They were reportedly so upset that they contacted city officials several times and threatened to not open a brick and mortar store in the city should this 

Governor Wolf visits Frankford to push wages up

By Alex Lloyd Gross Governor Tom Wolf paid a visit to the Frankford Transportation Center February 8, 2019 to speak on his proposal to raise the state minimum wage. This issue has become a political hot button this year as workers in Pennsylvania have watched their counterparts in New Jersey, West Virginia and Delaware get

$15.00 Minimum Wage now a reality in New Jersey

By Alex Lloyd Gross NJ Governor Phil Murphy fulfilled a campaign promise and gave most workers in New Jersey a substantial pay increase.   $15.00 per hour will be a reality by 2024, which is just five years away. Governor Phil Murphy, Senate President Steve Sweeney, and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin announced an agreement on legislation

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