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U.S. Senate candidate Lou Barletta is pushing his anti-immigrant agenda in online ads and mailers

U.S. Senate candidate Lou Barletta is pushing his anti-immigrant agenda in online ads and mailers

“We have seen him do this for more than a decade.”


City Paper editor's statement on March 7 cover story

City Paper editor's statement on March 7 Cover Story

Proposed medical-marijuana regulations would give special privileges to dispensaries and growers partnered with Pa.’s university-connected research hospitals

Proposed medical-marijuana research permits could cause problems for phase-one permit holders

Children’s advocates say family courts unfairly favor fathers, even when they’re the abusers

“It’s really the same story of the #metoo movement, just in a much more dire setting where children are at stake.”

Analyzing Southwestern Pennsylvania’s potential U.S. Congressional districts

Some big changes could decide who represents who in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Calling out the most underrated characters in the history of gaming

All I can picture is a machine-gun-wielding clergyman, usually played by Jean-Claude Van Damme

From drug-addicted parents to homelessness, does James Craig’s hardscrabble life in Washington County make him the ideal state senate candidate?

“People born into wealth and privilege don’t know what it’s like to live in abject poverty.”

How could Trump’s infrastructure proposal affect cities and towns in Southwestern Pennsylvania?

“Under the president's proposal the federal match for infrastructure projects would be boiled down to next than nothing.”

Local YouTuber Lily Whispers relaxes viewers with care and crinkling

The sensation is often described as “tingles” that start at the back of the head and move down the spine

Advocates say Pittsburgh’s drag performers need more latitude to shine

“We’re trying to pull drag out of bars, so it’s more welcoming and more accessible, so other folks can see it.”

How to get a Pennsylvania medical-marijuana card

According to the state health department, there are 83 practices in the Pittsburgh metro area that can certify medical-marijuana card applications.



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