In the immediate aftermath of the election, politicians from both parties stressed the need for a comprehensive immigration reform bill to be passed through Congress and signed by the president
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The city of Philadelphia's new property tax program is coming and your assessment is likely going up, but it is not all bad news. Still, commercial property owners and residential property owners ali
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...be reincarcerated, according to the Pew Center on the States....
...Pew Research reports that more than 65 percent of all adults used...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...misstates the very study he cites. The senator writes that the 2010 Pew study found "there are more economically disadvantaged students at charters (76...
Judge Carl Bucki's decision is the latest in a plethora of rulings on an issue that has divided courts all over the country, with some courts finding that student debts are too ubiquitous to constitu
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Pennsylvania, as well as the rest of the nation, has undergone a tremendous change in sentencing practices for the past 30 years. Policy decisions such as the introduction of the sentencing guideline
...prison population, according to a report released Wednesday by the Pew Charitable Trusts Philadelphia Research Initiative. The report is perhaps the first outside...
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