Is the public victimized twice when corrupt officials aren't forced to repay state legal fees?
Is the public victimized twice when corrupt officials aren’t forced to repay state legal fees?
|Yes, Pa. legal loopholes have left taxpayers with a $15 million bill|
|No, legal costs are worth it if corruption exposed|
|Yes, if not, fees can become just another form of political patronage|
|No, better that courts seek restitution through fines|
|Total votes = 492|
Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | LABOR DEAL Own up, don't blame If my plane takes off at 2:00 but I arrive at the airport at 2:05, it is my fault that I missed it ("Carpenters ready and willing to work," Aug. 26). The Convention Center set a deadline for the unions. Two out of six missed the deadline. Whose fault was that?
Your recent editorial (You Know the Drill) paints an alarmingly incomplete picture regarding natural-gas development.