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Daylin Leach

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  • Monday Morning Coffee: PA schools under the fiscal microscope.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Our school days are but a hazy memory. But as the leaves start to turn, on mornings like this we can't help but be brought back to our eighth grade math class in Ye Olde......
  • Governor Corbett Signs Justice Reinvestment; Other Law Enforcement Bills

    Governor Corbett Signs Justice Reinvestment; Other Law Enforcement Bills
    Governor Tom Corbett today signed House Bill 135, the second phase of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative that will redirect funds from corrections to communities. Corbett also signed into law several other pieces of legislation, all related to...
  • Pennsylvania lawmakers discuss Voter ID law on Fox News

    Pennsylvania lawmakers discuss Voter ID law on Fox News
    Two Pennsylvania lawmakers appeared on Fox News Sunday to discuss the state's controversial voter ID law. The law requires voters to show a specific state-issued photo ID card at the polls. It was sponsored by Pennsylvania House Majority Leader Mike...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: The Budget Fall-Out Continues.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett ... ... says he's taking a pass on the next Penn State trustees meeting in New York City because it's too expensive. Speaking to the Tribune-Review, the Republican also said he hopes university leaders will trim costs before they think...
  • Stop Shale Drilling Now, Protesters, "Gasland" Director Demand At Capitol Rally.

     
    Hundreds of activists from across Pennsylvania, including "Gasland" director Josh Fox swarmed the state Capitol rotunda this afternoon where they called on lawmakers to impose a moratorium on natural gas drilling and to move to protect water supplies...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Budget Deal Imminent?

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We have returned this morning from our tropical idyll on Isla de Capitol Ideas to find that an agreement on the 2011-12 state budget could be reached as soon as today. Our friends at Capitolwire......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Orie Faces New Charges, Allentown's Pawlowski Tests The Statewide Waters.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Since we know that most of you already have one eye on the long weekend ahead, we'll dispense with the usual formalities and just jump right into the rest and the best of the day's......
  • Leach: Nebraska GOP Wants Winner-Take-All System Back.

     
    State Sen. Daylin Leach ... ... writes this morning to let us know that Nebraska Republicans no longer like the state's system of allocating Electoral College votes by congressional district and want to return to the state's former winner-take-all system....
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: House To Debate Abortion Clinic Bill?

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The state House could renew debate today on a Senate bill requiring abortion providers to adhere to the same licensing and code requirements as outpatient surgery clinics. Please note that we've put the word "could".....
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Cork Finally Popped On Booze Debate.

     
    The debate over liquor privatization got a kick in the pants yesterday with the release of a long-awaited report showing that selling off the state stores would generate as much as $1.6 billion in uprfront proceeds for the taxpayers. Gov. Tom Corbett said...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: The Redistricting Fallout Continues.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. There were a lot of people in this building who found themselves becoming amateur cartographers yesterday as they tried to make sense out of the preliminary map adopted by the Legislative Reapportionment Commission....
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Electoral College Bill Off Til Spring?

     
    Those hard-won lessons of parenthood are applicable this morning with the news that Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi, R-Delaware, intends to wait until spring before moving the controversial Electoral College bill that caused Democrats, as well as...