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  • Ann Duke Drops Out Of GOP Auditor General Race.

     
    It Looks Like It May Be A Battle Of The House Members ... . ,,, in this year's race for state Auditor General. Chester County Controller Ann Duke dropped her candidacy after Gov. Tom Corbett repeated his field-clearing maneuver from......
  • Dems Deadlock On AG Candidate.

     
    Setting the stage for a potentially bruising fight, three Democrats will contend for their party's nomination for state attorney general this spring. After two rounds of balloting at the winter meeting of the Democratic State Committee, neither former...
  • Democratic AG Candidates Push For Votes In State College

     
    STATE COLLEGE _ The two men and one woman seeking the Democratic endorsement for state Attorney General made last-minute pitches to party loyalists in advance of an expected endorsement vote this afternoon. Philadelphia attorney Dan McCaffery, former...
  • State Democrats Meet in State College Today.

     
    STATE COLLEGE _ State Democrats will take what they hope is the first step toward breaking a more than three-decade-old losing streak as they gather here today to endorse a candidate for state Attorney General. Democrats have not won the......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: A Buffet Of Links.

     
    Good Wednensday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Sorry we're late. Here's a quick round-up of the stories making news this Wednesday morning: As you might expect, where you stand politically has a lot to do with how you reacted to the State......
  • AG Candidate Freed Withholds Judgment On State's Handling of #Sandusky Case.

     
    HERSHEY _ The only Republican candidate for Attorney General reserved judgment on the handling of the Penn State sexual abuse investigation Friday, and said he'd step aside if forced to investigate a family member who formerly served as the chairman......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Shale Deal Near?

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. So remember how, last month, Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, R- Jefferson, said he wanted a deal on an impact fee before Gov. Tom Corbett gave his second budget address? Well, we're just about......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: The House Tries To Put Down Its Marker On Transportation Funding.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The state House on Monday began work on a bill sponsored by Transportation Committee Chairman Richard Geist, R-Blair, that would allow the state to enter into agreements with private industry to build and operate...
  • Pennsylvania Representative Introduces Legislation Calling for More Transparency for State Universities through State Open Records Law

    Pennsylvania Representative Introduces Legislation Calling for More Transparency for State Universities through State Open Records Law
    State Representative Eugene DePasquale, on Monday, introduced a piece of legislation that would make Penn State, Pitt, Temple, and Lincoln part of the State Open Records Act. Currently all four schools are exempt. DePasquale says the public has a right...
  • PA Proposed Redistricting Has Democrats Upset

    PA Proposed Redistricting Has Democrats Upset
    Every 10 years Pennsylvania updates it's district lines, based on census results. And this year brings some major changes. Pennsylvania would lose a congressional seat in Washington. District 19, which is currently held by congressman Todd Platts...
  • Governor Corbett set to unveil budget; Cuts could run deep

    Governor Corbett set to unveil budget; Cuts could run deep
    Governor Tom Corbett is set to address the General Assembly when he unveils the 2012/2013 state budget later this morning. The state is in a tough economic place and cuts are expected to run deep. It's no surprise that these are some tough economic...
  • Governor's Proposed Budget Means Cuts for Education & Welfare

    Governor's Proposed Budget Means Cuts for Education & Welfare
    Governor Tom Corbett released his $27 billion dollar proposed budget for 2012-13 Tuesday morning.   He says the budget puts Pennsylvania on the road to financial recovery.  It includes no tax increases but does include cuts to state higher education and...