List by Author: Bob Price

NY enrolls nearly 50,000 into health exchange, on par with entire federal site

11.13.13 | Bob Price

More than 48,000 New Yorkers have enrolled in the state’s health-care exchange and nearly 200,000 have finished the application process to get insurance through the system, the state Health Department announced Tuesday. That’s up from ...

Pa Auditor General : NEPA districts mismanaged millions

11.13.13 | Bob Price

The Pennsylvania Auditor General is reprimanding two school districts in Lackawanna County for mismanaging nearly $7.5 million in taxpayer dollars. Both Scranton and Carbondale Area school districts are being blamed for wasting taxpayer money on ...

NY Landowners sue over fracking delay

11.13.13 | Bob Price

A pro-drilling group plans to sue Governor Cuomo over the hydro-fracking issue.  The Joint Landowners of New York claim the Governor has arbitrarily delayed a decision on hydraulic fracturing for no "valid, rational, or legally defensible ...

Veteran’s Day prayer banned in Pennsylvania

11.11.13 | Bob Price

U.S. Army veteran Gil Henry has been barred from saying a  prayer at a Veterans Day ceremony in Jim Thorpe.  The chaplain for a local VFW post says the Freedom from Religion Foundation filed suit and he will not be allowed ...

Common Core boycott

11.11.13 | Bob Price

A boycott of Common Core is in the works in New York State. Next Monday, Nov. 18, the start of American Education Week, Common Core’s opponents are asking parents to keep their kids home from school to protest the program.  The ...

Penn State tried to lure Condi Rice

11.11.13 | Bob Price

PSU apparently was hunting for some star power in its new president. A university-hired search firm tried to lure former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, but was turned down. Rice, who served under President George W. Bush and was the ...

NY honors vets

11.11.13 | Bob Price

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation to honor the sacrifices of our fallen war heroes this Veteran’s Day.  The flags flown at half-staff at the New York's Capitol in honor of servicemen and women killed in action will be ...

NY’s GOP looks to “do some damage” in 2014

11.08.13 | Bob Price

As the dust settles on this week’s off-year elections, NY Republicans are gearing up for 2014, hoping to win a statewide seat for the first time in more than a decade.  The biggest seat is the governor’s mansion but the GOP ...

Abortion debate in Texas could play out in Pa

11.08.13 | Bob Price

A debate over a law dealing with abortion in Texas could soon be playing out in Pennsylvania. The Texas law requires doctors who practice abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Those against the law say it’s a way to ...

Women hunters are on the rise in New York State.

11.08.13 | Bob Price

Female hunters represent the fastest-growing segment of the hunting community in NY, going from 7 percent of all  hunting-license holders a decade ago ...to almost 10 percent now. Organizations such as the New York state Department of ...

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