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Supporting Conservative Republican Candidates: State Representative Beth Roberts

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Come talk with the Host Robert Jetter, Jr., Guest Beth Roberts, Panelists James Neighbors, Cindy Todd, and Kelly Mordecai, and Other Audience Members. All callers stay on the show. Join Our Round Table Discussion.

Bards Logic welcomes Conservative Republican State Representative Beth Roberts. Support Conservative Candidates in the fight against the RHINOs.

On the issues:

Property Tax Elimination: The bill on the table in Pennsylvania is HB/SB 76, The Property Tax Elimination Act, replacing the property tax with an increase in the sales tax base, the sales tax and the state income tax.The essential component in this bill requires school districts to work within their current budgets plus the rate of inflation.

Right to Work Legislation: Eliminating unions’ ability to have dues automatically deducted at taxpayer expense from employee pay. I support Right to Work efforts, so long as they do not interfere with a private sector employer entering into union contracts if he so chooses, and have new employees enter into that contract as a term of their employment.

Prevailing Wage

Eliminate legislator pensions: The Pennsylvania Constitution, Article II, Section 8 ­"Compensation" states, "The members of the General Assembly shall receive such salary and mileage for regular and special sessions as shall be fixed by law, and no other compensation whatever, whether for service upon committee or otherwise." The lofty pensions and receipt free per diems which our legislature provides for itself are illegal. Period.

Common Core: Common Core mandates need to be removed. School choice needs to be implemented to create competition among schools.  This in collusion with weakening public sector unions would be the beginning to remedying our failing education system.

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