List by Author: Bob Price

Business Owners Fined Over Same Sex Ceremony

11.12.14 | Bob Price

The Owners of Liberty Ridge Farms near Albany are appealing the August ruling by the Division of Human Rights. It says Robert and Cynthia Gifford violated New York's anti-discrimination law by refusing to host a same-sex wedding on their private ...

PA GOP Considers Dividing Electoral Votes

11.12.14 | Bob Price

Republicans in the General Assembly in Harrisburg are flirting with the idea of divvying up electoral votes based on congressional districts - and doing away with the "winner takes all" approach to deciding presidential elections. This process ...

NY Upstate-Downstate Divide on Full Display this Election Year

11.10.14 | Bob Price

Governor Cuomo won 80%-90% of the vote in the five boroughs that make up New York City. But upstate, he took only 8 counties from Rob Astorino, the republican challenger in last week's governors race. Cuomo claimed less than a third of the vote in ...

NY Senate Shift Good for Pro-Life Advocates

11.04.14 | Bob Price

Currently democrats and republicans share power in the state senate. Republicans would need to win at least 32 seats tonight to end that power of sharing agreement. Pro-life advocates fear if the the power sharing agreement is not ended, Governor ...

Voters Head to the Polls for Elections Today!

11.04.14 | Bob Price

Voters will be heading to the polls today to cast their ballots for state, local and gubernatorial races.Polls are open until 8 tonight in Pennsylvania. In New York, voters have until 9 to vote. Aside from the state and local elections, there are ...

Voter Guides for NY and PA

11.03.14 | Bob Price

Want to know where the candidates stand on the issues that matter to faith and family voters? In NY check out newyorkfamilies.org In PA go to ...

New York Cracks Down on Texting-While-Driving

11.03.14 | Bob Price

The new, harsher laws took effect over the weekend in New York State. First time offenders under the age of 21 will have their license suspended for 120 days. Fines will increase from $150 to $200. A first time offense will also result in 5 points ...

NY Board of Regents Considers Easing Requirments

10.21.14 | Bob Price

The state board of regents is considering allowing students to "opt out" of the social studies regents exams currently required for a diploma. They would instead take an exam in technical education, STEM-- which is math and science, the humanities, ...

New York Could Redraw Political Lines

10.21.14 | Bob Price

The gerry-mandering process has long been criticized by good government groups as too politicized. The group Common Cause is urging voters to reject the proposal on November 4th, Noting that the legislature would appoint most of the commission's ...

Area Suppliers facing Firewood Shortage

10.14.14 | Bob Price

Firewood suppliers are finding it difficult to keep up with demand. OFFICIALS BLAME A COLD WINTER LAST YEAR... AND A WET SPRING AND SUMMER FOR THE DROP. OFFICIALS SAY THE FIREWOOD DEMAND FROM LAST YEAR'S COLD WINTER... IS BEING FELT FROM MICHIGAN ...

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