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  • What did Hogan tell the NRA?

    What did Hogan tell the NRA?
    Based on what Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan has said about gun control, it's hard to see what the National Rifle Association would find appealing about him. He has said that although he opposed the strict new gun control legislation Gov....
  • Pigeon Shoot Ban Buried

        Lehigh County Executive complained last week that the commissioners were guilty of some "dumb government tricks," including voting for a tax cut in a budget with a structural deficit.     Our state legislators have perfected all kinds of...
  • NRA endorses Hogan, and Brown campaign spreads the news

    NRA endorses Hogan, and Brown campaign spreads the news
    The National Rifle Association endorsed Republican Larry Hogan for governor Monday, and his opponent wants to make sure every Maryland voter knows it. While endorsements are usually trumpeted by the campaign receiving them, in this case it was Hogan's...
  • Pigeon Shoot Ban Vote Today

         The state House is scheduled to vote today on a bill that among other things would ban pigeon shoots in Pennsylvania.      House Bill 1750, which the Senate passed 36-12 last week, also would ban "hunts" involving tethered animals and raising...
  • Holding parents responsible for gun safety

    To the editor: I salute City Atty. Mike Feuer for filing criminal charges against the mother of a teenager who was found with guns at school. He has a long record of working to end gun violence in our state. He is taking an approach that works:...
  • Hogan, Brown clash on education, economy, environment

    Hogan, Brown clash on education, economy, environment
    Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan brought their combative disagreement on Maryland's future to their third and final televised debate in the race for governor. In their most wide-ranging exchange yet, Brown and Hogan disagreed...
  • Two challengers attack Harhart in debate

    Independent candidate Michael Molovinsky may be a long shot for the 183rd state house district, but he had little trouble standing out in a three-way candidate debate Saturday morning. The candidate, known best for his "Molovinsky on Allentown" blog and...
  • Opponents sue over Niles gun range plan

    Opponents sue over Niles gun range plan
    A community group filed a lawsuit Friday against the village of Niles in an effort to stop a gun shop and range from being built near several schools. People for a Safer Society, an advocacy group that began in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary...
  • Pennsylvania pigeon shoot vote has been long time coming

    Heidi Prescott and Johnna Seeton were among those who watched the state Senate finally vote late Wednesday to ban pigeon shoots and the "sport" of shooting tethered animals. I think it's fair to say that no one was happier than they were. "I've been...
  • Support candidates who protect Second Amendment

    The 2014 midterm and 2016 presidential elections are critical for Second Amendment supporters and gun owners. Recent attempts to pass restrictive gun legislation have failed by slim margins. This gives anti-gun politicians hope for success in the future....
  • Lieutenant governor candidates Ulman, Rutherford trade barbs in only debate

    Lieutenant governor candidates Ulman, Rutherford trade barbs in only debate
    The two men running to be Maryland's next lieutenant governor traded barbs and accusations Thursday in their first and only formal debate of the campaign. Ken Ulman, who is running with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown, said Republican...