Say What? Archive: June, 2012

Will high court prove to have healing powers?

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As balm for a divided nation, the historic Supreme Court ruling this week that upheld health-care reform offers the prospect of healing on... Read more

AVI delay offers chance to revamp city taxes

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With the budget behind them, Mayor Nutter and City Council have a rare opportunity to craft sweeping tax and government spending reforms. Though... Read more

Now, for the fallout from the health care decision

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Assessing the longterm impact of the decision. Read more

Pa.'s neediest shunted aside by Gov. Corbett's budget priorities

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When it comes to setting priorities, Gov. Corbett and lawmakers in Harrisburg have put the most needy in the state at the bottom of the list... Read more

Pa. GOP leader lets out an open secret on voter ID

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In the ongoing controversy over Pennsylvania’s move to require voter identification at the polls starting in November, a Republican leader’s... Read more

Witty chronicler of an era of change

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Nora Ephron, who died Tuesday at age 71, was the link between different worlds, different eras, on and off the screen. She brought together... Read more

Court issues a broccoli rave

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The landmark Supreme Court ruling Thursday upholding key tenets of the federal health-care overhaul was a victory for common sense. It offers... Read more

Suddenly, the choice for Phila. schools is down to just two

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It's easy to see how some Philadelphians may feel left out of the school superintendent search. It's also easy to appreciate the urgency to... Read more