Thousands of bills are introduced in the Pennsylvania General Assembly during the two year legislative session. The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference reviews, tracks and takes positions on a few hundred. Ever wonder how the PCC evaluates legislation? Read more in this summer’s V
The Spring 2011 edition of the Viewpoint newletter includes a Catholic’s guide to school choice and other information about the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference’s (PCC) legislative agenda. Not a Viewpoint subscriber? Sign up to receive a free subscription by sending your name an
Read the responses of candidates for U.S. Senator and governor to PCC’s election questionnaire and the latest legislative update in the Fall 2010 edition of PCC’s Viewpoint newsletter. PLEASE NOTE: The most up-to-date election information is posted in the Faith & Polit
Read the responses of candidates for U.S. Senator and governor to PCC’s election questionnaire and the latest legislative update in the Spring 2010 edition of PCC’s Viewpoint newsletter. PLEASE NOTE: The most up-to-date election information is posted in the Faith & Pol
Summer is coming to a close, but the Pennsylvania General Assembly still has unfinished business. Although constitutionally required to pass a balanced budget by June 30, lawmakers in Harrisburg are still deliberating over what programs to fund and how to pay for them.As a stop-gap me
The Winter 2009 edition of Viewpoint outlines PCC’s comprehensive list of legislative priorities. Issues cover a wide range of categories: Catholic Education, Religious Liberty,Life and the Dignity of the Human Person, Marriage and Family, Social Justice, Health Care, and more.
For decades, the PCC has upheld its long-standing tradition of surveying candidates for political office at both the federal and state levels, and educating voters about key Catholic issues. The questionnaires and the candidate research encompass a wide range of topics about the right
The candidates for U.S. senator, governor and lieutenant governor received a written questionnaire from the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) asking for their positions on issues important to Catholics. The candidates’ responses are are listed in this special voter guide ed