Amid funding increases, state universities mull to hike or not to hike tuition

Amid funding increases, state universities mull to hike or not to hike tuition

More state funding leads to less tuition hikes for state-funded schools, right? It’s a logical thought, according to university students and Rep. Stan Saylor (R-York), chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018/Author: The PLS Reporter
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2018 Primary Election Live Blog

2018 Primary Election Live Blog

It's primary day, and The PLS Reporter will be keeping track of the action as it happens. Expect intermittent updates from polling places across the Commonwealth as well as live tracking and analysis of the races as they come in tonight.

Last updated at 12:13 a.m.
Tuesday, May 15, 2018/Author: The PLS Reporter
Primary season brings bevy of outsiders into system for chance in November

Primary season brings bevy of outsiders into system for chance in November

A 20-year-old college student, a few mothers who want to shake things up, and a lot of people who brand themselves as “not a politician” are just a few of the hundreds of candidates competing next Tuesday just to earn their place on the November midterm ballot.

Below, The PLS Reporter breaks out a few races to watch on May 15.

Friday, May 11, 2018/Author: The PLS Reporter
Hughes' "Pennsylvania Promise" would offer free, reduced college tuition to state residents

Hughes' "Pennsylvania Promise" would offer free, reduced college tuition to state residents

Sen. Vincent Hughes (D-Philadelphia) plans to introduce a bill that would provide two to four years of tuition for students at community colleges and state-related universities in Pennsylvania.

Thursday, May 10, 2018/Author: The PLS Reporter
Categories: News and Views
Bill to resize state legislature moves to Senate, but not without controversy

Bill to resize state legislature moves to Senate, but not without controversy

If backers of a bill in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives succeed, there will be 52 fewer representatives and 12 fewer senators in the General Assembly following the 2020 U.S. Census.

Monday, April 30, 2018/Author: The PLS Reporter
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