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  • City workers protest Emanuel over contract talks

    City workers protest Emanuel over contract talks
    Scores of union workers protested outside city buildings during lunch Tuesday, taking aim at Mayor Rahm Emanuel for what they contend is an attempt to retroactively freeze their wages after privatizing hundreds of jobs in the past couple of years. "We...
  • Statehouse contenders: Mike Pence

    This year, many of us will cast the most important votes of our lives in determining the future of our state and nation. Issues of health and welfare, taxes and our entire economic structure are being debated. To assist voters in making their...
  • Union threatens prison health-care privatization lawsuit

     
    By Margie Menzel, The News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEE — Another lawsuit over prison health care looms as the latest salvo in a protracted struggle between the state Department of Corrections and the union representing state workers. The 14-...
  • Anti-privatization group: Water, sewer rates would increase 338 percent under lease

     
    In addition to lending their support to Thursday's referendum campaign announcement in Allentown, the folks at opposition group Food & Water Watch have released some new estimates this week about expected water rate increases under the city's proposed...
  • Referendum petitioners face opposition at Allentown polls

     
    Activists working to collect signatures in favor of a referendum on city spending today faced opposition from proponents of Mayor Ed Pawlowski's plan to privatize the city's water and sewer system. The proposed referendum, which was announced last month,...
  • Gov. Corbett talks fiscal cliff, health exchanges and pensions during Press Club speech.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett was the last speaker year at today's Pennsylvania Press Club luncheon and political junkies left with both plenty of food for thought and girst for Harrisburg's bottomless speculation mill. Herewith, a summary of some of the Greatest........
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With Mother Nature apparently officially done with toying with our affections (the past few days of spring-ish weather are over and December has officially returned) we're feeling a bit sluggish and on the sleepy...
  • In letter to McCord, PA Revenue Secretary defends planned Lottery privatization.

     
    WIth a Thursday deadline looming for the Corbett administration to decide whether to accept the Camelot Group's bid to manage the $3.5 billion Pennsylvania Lottery, state Treasurer Rob McCord's office has released a letter it received from a senior...
  • Camelot set to be awarded Lottery contract.

     
    HARRISBURG _ The company that runs Great Britain’s National Lottery has apparently been tapped to take over the day-to-day management of the Pennsylvania Lottery. The decision to hand the $3.5 billion Lottery over to a North American subsidiary of...
  • Former Gov. Ed Rendell has ties to firm consulting on Lottery privatization.

     
    As Gov. Tom Corbett considers whether to hand the reins of the Pennsylvania Lottery over to a British company, he's been getting advice from a firm with ties to his predecessor. Former Gov. Ed Rendell is a senior adviser to......
  • House Democrats ask Kathleen Kane to reject #PALottery contract.

     
    Here's the text of a letter that House Democratic leaders sent to new Attorney General Kathleen Kane this afternoon asking her to reject the private management contract that the Corbett administration signed with the Camelot Group to manage the...
  • House Dems don't like #PaLottery privatization, have no idea what to do about it.

     
    House Democrats gathered on the steps of the Main Rotunda this morning to loudly denounce the Corbett administration's plan to let a company from England (where they talk funny and play the wrong kind of football) take over the day-to-day......