Majority of Pennsylvanians support “Medicare-for-all” health care

by Pittsburgh City Paper According to a new poll, 52 percent of Pennsylvanians support adopting a single-payer health insurance plan, while 29 percent oppose it. In September 2017, U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Forest Hills) told City Paper that single-payer health care, aka “Medicare-for-all,” would become more popular as long it stayed in the national conversation.…

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Rep. Doyle Critical Of President Trump’s Voter ID Proposal

The president said Tuesday you need ID to buy groceries PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) – Pittsburgh Congressman Mike Doyle is taking exception to President Trump’s statement Tuesday night that you need a picture ID to buy groceries.  Doyle told The KDKA Radio Morning News, “I was at the Giant Eagle…

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Mike Doyle in the 14th: The low-key incumbent gets the job done

By the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Editorial Board To demand action on gun-control legislation, Democratic members of Congress, including Rep. Mike Doyle of Forest Hills, staged a 26-hour sit-in on the floor of the House of Representatives in June. It was an unusual step into the spotlight for Mr. Doyle, who is…

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How Pittsburgh landed a $19 million “game-changer

Maya Henry August 16, 2016 As grants go, this one is huge. Not just in the dollar amount but also in terms of impact on Downtown and the Hill District. The U.S. Department of Transportation recently awarded the Sports and Exhibition Authority (SEA) a $19 million grant to build a…

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Doyle, Democrats Promise Sustained Pressure On Gun Reform

By NOAH BRODE / 90.5 WESA Congressman Mike Doyle (D-PA) promises to continue demanding House action on gun reform outside the City-County Building in downtown Pittsburgh on Wed., June 29, 2016. CREDIT MATT NEMETH / 90.5 WESA On the heels of the sit-in staged by Democrats in the House of Representatives last week,…

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Experience counts: Congressman Mike Doyle deserves renomination

By the Editorial Board It’s good for voters to have choices, particularly in contests with long-serving incumbents. But when a choice provides no real alternative on policy or conduct in office, voters have to wonder why a challenger even bothers. That’s the situation before Democrats in the 14th Congressional District,…

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