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  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We hope you all had a good Fourth of July and celebrated it in fine style with loved ones, friends and family. As you might expect from the first day back after a midweek holiday,......
  • State Judge Upholds PA's #VoterID Law.

     
    By John L. Micek and Scott Kraus HARRISBURG _ Setting the stage for a fight in state Supreme Court, a lower court judge upheld Pennsylvania's controversial voter identification law Wednesday, rejecting claims by critics that it would result in the......
  • House Approves $27.3 Billion Budget -- For The First Time.

     
    A House Republican Budget ... ,... that partially restores Gov. Tom Corbett’s cuts to public and higher education by carving funding out of social welfare programs is on its way to the state Senate. The state House voted 109-92 on......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Turnpike To Hire New Consultant, Review Jobs.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We begin this morning with the news that the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission plans to hire an outside consultant to review the management structure at the notorious patronage dumping ground,The Tribune-Review...
  • State House Poised To Act On Voter I.D. Bill.

     
    The State House Could Vote ... ... as soon as Wednesday on a deeply divisive proposal requiring voters to show photo identification before they cast their ballots. In anticipation, the chamber's Democrats gathered in the Capitol Media Center this...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Voters Split on Corbett in New Q-Poll.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Something tells us those new Airedale puppies can't arrive soon enough for Gov. Tom Corbett. At least from them, he'll get unconditional love and affection, which cannot be said for the 1,277 Pennsylvania voters who.....
  • The Sunday Brunch: Canaries In The Ballot Box. What Tuesday's Special Elections Might Tell Us.

     
    Forget the heat and the hoopla surrounding the race for the White House this spring. Pennsylvania voters in a half-dozen special elections Tuesday could provide inklings into their intentions this fall. This year the special state House races will be........
  • New Poll Paid For By Kathleen Kane Shows Kathleen Kane Winning Attorney General Primary.

     
    From The "You Get What You Pay For" File: A new internal poll by the campaign of Democratic state Attorney General candidate Kathleen Kane shows her beating primary rival Patrick Murphy 42 percent to 33 percent in a hypothetical head-to-head......
  • No Agreement On Redistricting Maps Yet. Primary Still Set For April 24.

     
    The Legislative Redistricting Commission ... ... met just long enough this afternoon to announce that they haven't reached an agreement yet on a new preliminary map of 203 state House and 50 state Senate seats. But they're meeting again next......
  • Panel Gives Preliminary Approval To New House And Senate District Maps.

     
    Allentown will still get a new House seat; the Poconos will get new Senate and House seats and Northampton County will go back to having two state senators under a new preliminary legislative district map approved Thursday. The 4-1 vote......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Lawmakers Return To Official Start Of Budget Season.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. When they return to work this afternoon, state lawmakers will begin the final push to approve a new state budget for the fiscal year that starts on July 1. Some parameters of the debate are......
  • Voter ID bill approved and signed into law

    Voter ID bill approved and signed into law
    After months of debate, the General Assembly passed the controversial Voter ID bill. Governor Tom Corbett signed it into law just hours later. Pennsylvania voters will now be required to show identification when they hit the polls. This was certainly a...