On the agenda for Pennsylvania’s DSA-backed freshmen: small steps toward a larger progressive vision
Elizabeth Fiedler may be new to Harrisburg, but she’s well aware of the math equation that powers Pennsylvania’s capital.
In the 253-member General Assembly, Republicans outnumber Democrats 110-91 in the House and 26-21 in the Senate.
That fact makes it hard for any Democrat to get a bill passed without wide bipartisan support — let alone a progressive Democrat like Fiedler, who was backed by the Democratic Socialists of America. Read more>>>