Pennsylvania Cmte OKs Bill for Ultrasounds Before Abortion

Pa. vending machine dispenses ‘morning-after’ pill

Philadelphia Archbishop Chaput: Catholic school crisis shows need for vouchers

Penn. landowners in uproar over private energy company’s virtual eminent domain powers

Puerto Rico trip by Supreme Court justices angers politicians waiting for reapportionment opinion

Pennsylvania House Declares 2012 As Year of the Bible

Bishop compares public schools to Nazi, fascist education systems

Pennsylvania Pro-Life Abortion-Ultrasound Bill Makes Headway

Supreme Court rejects appeals in student speech cases

AG says Pocono Mountain Charter School violated state law – entanglement with church

Melvin urged to quit PA Supreme Court

Eastern Pennslvania Citizens Against Gambling Opposes Proposal for Table Games at Valley Forge

PA: Ellwood City Mayor Opposed to New Nativity Scene Location

Fired Muslim Bookkeeper Settles Suit Against Catholic Diocese

PA High Court: “Not telling parents isn’t basis for judges to deny permission for girls’ abortions.”

PA: Ellwood City Council votes to move nativity in 2012 to appease FFRF

Planned Parenthood Closes Four Abortion Referral Clinics

PA: Ellwood City officials say they’re near deal on Nativity display Ellwood City officials say they’re near deal on Nativity display

Foxwoods files appeal to Pa. high court to save casino project

Pennsylvania Close to Passing Two Pro-Life Bills

Philadelphia Catholic college revises code after firing homosexual prof.

Pa. town rejects atheist banner for holiday display

PA: Condo Owners Miffed By Removal Of Virgin Mary Statue

Residents rally around Ellwood City’s nativity scene

Ellwood City, PA: Protestors of Nativity likely to be present

Baby Jesus stolen from nativity scene in Chambersburg, Pa.

PA: Ellwood City fights to keep holiday display

Public prayers go missing: Court ruling moves some Lancaster County school districts to end tradition

Defending and disputing plan for changing Pa. abortion regulations

PA: Democrats, Republicans win judicial races

Feds sue anti-abortion protester, claim she shoved volunteer escorts outside Pittsburgh clinic

Philadelphia Male Student Suspended for Wearing Makeup

Fourth Defendant to Plead Guilty in Gosnell Abortion Case

Judge Asks Parties to Address DOMA in Benefits Row

E.D. Penn. refuses to stop Catholic Group from protesting sex superstore

Clinic worker plans to admit murder in Pa. abortion case

Pocono Christmas invitations injunction granted: Court orders school to allow student to pass out Christmas party invitations

Pennsylvania Senate Passes Sweeping School Choice Expansion

Indiana University of Pennsylvania business professor accused of humiliating student

Indiana Univeristy of Pennsylvania business professor accused of humiliating student

AFC Calls on Pennsylvania Senate to Pass Comprehensive School Choice Plan

School to allow invites to all events |

ADF: “Court: Pa. elementary school must allow student to distribute religious fliers for Christmas parties”

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett Unveils Major School Choice Expansions

ACLU objects to Pa. school exec’s blog on prayer

Legal issues surround prayer event at Northern Lebanon School District

Judge: 1 trial for Pa. abortion doctor, staffers

Legal issues surround prayer event at Northern Lebanon School District

PA: Clash over abortion measures renewed in House

PA: State lawmakers push bill on abortion clinics

Staver: ObamaCare’s days are numbered

Archdiocese closing Philadelphia-area Catholic high schools for duration of teachers’ strike

Pa. federal judge rules against Obamacare individual mandate

Wharton MBA 2013: The class the loans fell on

    Fortune: Brought down to individual terms, a typical Wharton MBA in this class will graduate with average debt of nearly $124,000. With monthly payments of $1,477 over 10 years, the total would come to $177,256, including nearly $53,000 in interest alone. It would be the proverbial bite that would be hard to chew for most because a graduate would need an annual gross salary of $176,560 to comfortably pay down the loan, according to financial advisors. That’s not a comforting thought when the median starting pay of a Wharton grad was only $110,000 last year. (You can crunch your own numbers on an online loan calculator to estimate the impact of your own debt.) And none of these numbers include the debt assumed by students during their undergraduate years.

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Pittsburgh Repeals Ordinance Banning Pro-Life Leaflets

Philadelphia mayor to the church: It is time to transform the culture, fathers not sperm donors needed

    Mayor Michael A. Nutter, telling marauding black youths “you have damaged your own race,” imposed a tougher curfew Monday in response to the latest “flash mob” — spontaneous groups of teens who attack people at random on the streets of the city’s tourist and fashionable shopping districts.

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Philadelphia Nutter Sets Curfew For Minors After Wave of “Flash Mobs”

3 at Pennsylvania Abortion Clinic Face Drug Abuse Charges

“Same-Sex Marriage Fight at Heart of Cozen O’Connor Benefits Case”

PA: Monroe charter school fights for right to sue

PA: Restaurant Bans Young Kids

PA State College Area School District: Board to vote on same-sex benefits after ACLU suit

“Will Pennsylvania follow New York’s lead on gay marriage?”

The Year of School Choice: No fewer than 13 states have passed major education reforms.

Pennsylvania senators vote to study cost of proposed abortion-clinic rules

Pa. judge: No expulsion for kindergarten touching

PA: Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Diocese Of Allentown

Pa. Senate OKs bill to limit abortion coverage

Gregory S. Baylor: Pressure on Messiah College to Abandon Biblical Sexual Ethics

Court orders new look at Pa. city immigration law

Schoolboy banned from giving Jesus message gift

PA: State judicial pay soars; top jurist says courts underfunded

Delaware Committee Rejects Parental Consent on Abortion