Full Hour | In today’s third hour, Dom welcomes Ray D’Agostino, Lancaster County Commissioner, back onto the Dom Giordano Program to discuss his continued effort to resolve election integrity issues in his county and in the State of Pennsylvania. D’Agostino, along with Josh Parsons in Lancaster County, proposed a resolution calling for the repeal of Pennsylvania’s 2019 voting law that enabled mail-in balloting on a grand scale. D’Agostino provides an update on his resolution, explaining an unfortunate push back from commissioners across the state who “didn’t want to go there.” D’Agostino explains why he’s taken up this fight, and explains why he continues to push to secure our elections.
Then, Dom welcomes Kathleen Carmody to the Dom Giordano Program. Kathleen is a parent in the Unionsville-Chadds Ford School District, who has been speaking out as the district tries to rewrite Pennsylvania law centered on Coronavirus. In a decision made by the school, administrators decided to strike language from their vaccine exemption guidance as set forth by the State, with parents up in arms over the decision which they argue is both illegal and immoral. Carmody suggests that administrators are looking to infringe on the rights of parents in the district, trying to take something that’s a given and instead forcing parents to jump through hoops to access their rights. (Photo by Getty Images)