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  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: With State Takeover Looming, Harrisburg Mayor Tries to Hold Onto Power.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's another dreary day as we close out the end of another session week. But Manchester's legendary Stone Roses have announced that they've buried the hatchet and will embark on a series of reunion gigs......
  • Reapportionment Commission Could Approve Preliminary Map Monday.

     
    The five-member panel that’s spent months redrawing the boundaries of Pennsylvania’s 203 House and 50 state Senate seats is expected to vote on a preliminary map during a session on Monday. Of particular note for residents of the Lehigh...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Corbett To Sign Texting Ban Today.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett travels to a shopping center in suburban Harrisburg this morning, there to sign legislation banning text-messaging by drivers. But if the Republican thought he was getting on the front page for that well-orchestrated piece of PR, he can...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: House Continues Shale Fee Debate Today.

     
    The state House convenes at 9 a.m. today to continue debate on the 5,765 (not really, but it seems that way) amendments that have been filed to a bill imposing a local impact fee on Marcellus shale natural gas drillers. And as debate on the fee drags into...
  • 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...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Redistricting Hearing Today.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The Legislative Reapportionment Commission meets at high noon here in Harrisburg for a public hearing on the preliminary map of Pennsylvania's new 203 state House and 50 state Senate seats. An agenda sent along by........
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Reapportionment Commission Meets Again Today.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Generally speaking, on the day before Thanksgiving we don't like to engage in intellectual activity much more rigorous than mixing up our Italian Great Uncle Giovanni Paolo Not Silvio Burlusconi's Capitol Ideas'...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: The Legislative Retirements Pile Up.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. There's still more than a year to go before voters head to the polls, but state lawmakers are already starting to make decisions about their futures. Yesterday, Rep. Jennifer Mann, D-Lehigh, announced she was calling....
  • State Senate Repubs Release Their Legislative Map.

     
    The Next Meeting ... ... of the Legislative Reapportionment Commission isn't until next Monday, but Senate Republicans have released their proposed final map. The statement came from Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi's office shortly before 8 p.m. Full...
  • Pileggi Not Running For Senate.

     
    From Our Bloggy Cousin Pennsylvania Ave: With a simple Facebook status message, state Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi ended a week of speculation that he'd run for Democrat Bob Casey's U.S. Senate seat. "After a great deal of careful consideration,...
  • Senate Democrats Roll Out Child Abuse Fixes.

     
    State Senate Democrats This Morning ... ... said they'll push for the approval of more than a dozen proposals aimed at closing loopholes and increasing penalties in Pennsylvania's child abuse and sexual assault laws. "We can do better for our......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Have You Met Our Friend Jerry Mander?

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The state Senate wrapped up its calendar for the year last night by approving a map of the 18 Congressional districts Pennsylvania will have in 2012. The narrow 26-24 vote saw four Republicans: Mike Brubaker......