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Topic - Ron Miller
After a bruising and expensive campaign, voters in a York County state Senate district on Tuesday backed a conservative trash company executive's maverick write-in bid over the Republican party's hand-picked candidate, a veteran state representative.
The simmering feud between establishment Republicans in Pennsylvania and the party's wing of anti-establishment conservatives is exploding into the public in a way it rarely, if ever, has. And it is doing so at a time when Republicans are at risk of losing the control of Harrisburg they have enjoyed for three years.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker is hoping to repeal a state law that shields people involved in labor disputes from prosecution for stalking, harassment and making terroristic threats.
The new owner of a private hot springs in south-central Idaho plans to use the 160-degree water to heat greenhouses as part of an aquaponics system to grow lettuce.
The sponsor, York County Republican Rep. Ron Miller, has said current law "enhances that culture of conflict that leads to more dangerous behavior."
Rep. Ron Miller told The Philadelphia Inquirer in a story published Thursday that the exemption is a throwback to the 1930s and has no place in modern labor negotiations.