Rubio’s rapport with Latino voters could drive Trump...

Former President Donald Trump‘s interest in selecting Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) as his vice president is setting off alarm bells for Democrats. The Florida senator and one-time rival of Trump has turned into a reliable ally and offers the former president a direct line to a bloc Republicans have been flirting with taking from Democrats […]

Disabled vet pay excluded from state aid limits

(The Center Square) – Disabled veterans in Pennsylvania no longer have to claim their monthly benefits as income when applying for state aid programs. Gov. Josh Shapiro signed a bill Monday excluding disability payments from eligibility calculations used for property tax exemptions, the Education Gratuity Program, Veterans Temporary Assistance Program and the Military Relief Assistance […]

Critics claim ‘disconnect’ with grocery market in lawsuits...

(The Center Square) – As lawsuits filed by the state of Washington and the Federal Trade Commission proceed against a proposed merger of Kroger and Albertsons, advocates for the transaction continue to stress its necessity in a changing world for grocers. Scott Moses is the head Of Grocery, Pharmacy & Restaurants for the financial advisory firm Solomon Partners; he advised Albertsons […]

Two-thirds of opioid trust fund unspent

(The Center Square) — The Pennsylvania Opioid Trust made progress in greenlighting county projects, but the majority of funds sent out since 2021 have yet to be spent. “Having sent our money out in 2021, we still have only spent $70 million of the more than $200 million,” said Tom VanKirk, chair of the Pennsylvania […]

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