HARRISBURG – York County Sen. Scott Wagner is ready to tackle a number of issues facing the Commonwealth. The lawmaker wants to address government reform, government efficiency, and school taxes. He suggested businesses would come to Pennsylvania if the Commonwealth was a right-to-work state. Wagner said he will not accept a government pension or per diems. During his campaign, he also said he would not accept health benefits either and would only serve two four-year terms. Wagner is running as a candidate, along with political newcomer Zachary Hearn, for the Republican nomination in the May 20 primary for a full four-year term representing the 28th Senatorial District. Democrat Linda Small is unopposed in her bid for the Democratic nomination.