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State government has gotten involved in Pennsylvania's opioid addiction crisis. Can state programs help solve the problem or is this just more bureaucracy that solves nothing?
Hillary Clinton is under investitgation for improper e-mail practices while Secretary of State. Yet President Obama has endorsed her for president and Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately with her. Is this improper?
Should Pennsylvania allow casino games on websites, in its six international airports and 10 off-track betting parlors as a means of raising revenue for the state budget?
In the wake of the tragic Orlando shooting, latest ISIS-inspired terrorist act, Republican presidential nominee Trump renewed calls for a temporary ban on Muslims coming into the U.S. and Democrats suggested tighter gun control. Would either help?
Should Hillary Clinton's questionable practices regarding use of unprotected, personal e-mail to conduct business while Secretary of State be a factor in the presential race?
Thousands of young adults are graduating from the region's high schools right now. Is the world they are entering more difficult than a generation ago?
The amount of the state Motor License Fund dedicated to the state police budget is putting future highway project funding in jeopardy. Your reaction?
City Council recently approved improvements at Bowman Field and a new four-year lease for the Williamsport Crosscutters minor league baseball team. Your reaction?
City Council and the Campana administration recently decided to close the Showers Pool in Brandon Park, which would have cost more than $800,000 to renovate but was attractive to many people using the park. Your thoughts.
Many are protesting the recent appointment of a woman who has made inflammatory racial and homophobic statements on her Facebook account to the Montoursville Area School Board. What should happen?
Do you think the country and, by extension, the world are in a better place than they were when Barack Obama became president in 2009.
The country will have a new president next year. Do you believe the country, by that change, will be better?
Most of Pennsylvania's delegates in the hotly contested Republican presidential primary April 26 will be determined not by the vote count but rather by the votes for delegates that appear on the ballot. Is this process the fairest one.
With the presidential primary elections, particularly the Republican one, more contested than usual, do you intend to vote in Pennsylvania's April 26 primary?
On the day of tragic terrorist activity in Brussels, Belgium, last week that included deaths to two Americans, President Obama was seen doing the wave with a Cuban dictator at a baseball game and doing the tango at an event that night. Your reaction?
If no Republican Party candidate for president receives the 1,237 delegates required for nomination by the end of the primary season, should the party automatically nominate the candidate with the most delegates or the nominee be debated at the convention