List by Author: Bob Price

Activists ask people of faith to keep tabs on the Fairness Act in PA

05.10.19 | Bob Price

Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute says the Fairness Act would "impact religious liberty and personal privacy." Pennsylvania lawmakers made another push to pass the Fairness Act in Harrisburg this week.  

Response on NY's aim to legalize prostitution

05.09.19 | Bob Price

Western New York Assemblyman David DiPietro says a bill to legalize prostitution signals just how low state government will go. The Republican represents Erie and Wyoming Counties in Albany. The Democrat majority in the state Assembly and...

The PA house is moving foward legislation to expand tax credits for private schools

05.08.19 | Bob Price

Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute supports the effort. The GOP-controlled house has voted to double funding for the tax credit program.  

Philadelphia's Islamic Center releases footage of children willing to kill

05.06.19 | Bob Price

Disturbing footage shows Muslim children saying they would sacrifice themselves and kill for the "army of Allah." The Muslim American Society posted the video on its Facebook page. It shows young children wearing Palestinian scarves singing and...

Folks all over the listenig area are taking part in Nat'l Day of Prayer

05.02.19 | Bob Price, Traci Lynn Woolsey, Jeremy Miller, Brandon Dickson

Kathy Daniels, who is helping put on a prayer event in Erie, says her life has been changed as a result of intercession. She tells Family Life News spending time with God is essential to having a relationship with Him. Meanwhile, Syracuse, New...

Religious freedom upheld at a school in Pennsylvania

05.01.19 | Bob Price

A Bible distribution case has been resolved at Mechanicsburg High School in central Pennsylvania. A judge has ruled in favor of a Bible club there that was offering Bibles to classmates during non instructional hours. The Mechanicsburg School...

New York state Republicans have proposed a victims' justice agenda

05.01.19 | Bob Price

The state Senate's Republican minority has introduced a package of bills that it says will counter changes made to New York's criminal justice system. GOP leader John Flanagan says Democrats who control the Democrat and Assembly have swung way...

Rainy forecast raises flooding concerns around Lake Ontario

05.01.19 | Bob Price, Dee Haley

National Guard troops and sandbags are being dispatched to shoreline communities in Wayne, Monroe and Niagara counties. Emergency Services Director for Niagara County Jonathon Schultz says, "we're seeing the rise on a daily basis." The Army...

This Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

04.25.19 | Bob Price

It's goal is to get rid of unused, unwanted, and expired medicine from your home. The website contains info on more than six-thousand drop off locations. Former Pennsylvania representative Matt Baker now works for the Department of Health and...

Wegmans plans to eliminate single-use plastic bags by year's end

04.23.19 | Bob Price

That's a full three months before the state ban takes effect. Next March, New York will join California and Hawaii when its ban on plastic grocery bags takes effect. For local residents, the new law is a "mixed bag." Under the law, New York...

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