Sept. 30, 2018, Face the State, Sen. Jake Corman

Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman discusses legislation that would suspend for two years the statute of limitations pertaining to sexual abuse. Senator Corman says, "this is too important an issue...and whatever we do we want to make sure it's done right." Senator Corman also discusses toughening Pennsylvania hazing laws, domestic violence legislation, Marsy's Law, pension reform and more.

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Gerow: Nov. 6 will be a red-letter day in purple Pa. | PennLive

Twenty-three is still the magic number. That's how many seats the Democrats need to flip in order to take control of the House of Representatives in January.

History is certainly on their side. Through the past century and a half, the party that held the White House has typically lost more than 30 seats in the first mid-term election. That's obviously enough to get the Democrats into the majority in and of itself.

Read more: Gerow: Nov. 6 will be a red-letter day in purple Pa. | PennLive

Sept. 23, 2018, Face the State, U.S. Rep. Scott Perry

Congressman Scott Perry begins this week's "Face the State" discussing the National Flood Insurance Program in the wake of Hurricane Florence. They also discuss the growth of drones and related security concerns. Related, he discusses the hundreds of bills the House has sent to the Senate that are awaiting action. Immigration, health care, campaign finance reform, and more. 

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