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  • Democratic AG Candidates Plead Their Case During Farm Show Appearance.

     
    The three candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for attorney general each tried to seize the populist mantle Saturday, as they lambasted Republicans for being out of touch with the interests of ordinary Pennsylvanians. “I’m here to turn...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Questions Loom On Gas Drilling Oversight.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. As state lawmakers return to work this morning to, one presumes, try to get a deal on an impact fee for natural gas drillers, now seems as good a time as any to pass along......
  • Monday Morning: Supreme Court To Hear Redistricting Challenges Today.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Courtesy of some issues with the German import that usually faithfully ferries us to work each morning, we're running seriously behind today. So here's just a few quick links to get your morning started. We'll......
  • Auto dealers, village financial planners bank on uptick in sales

     
    A short drive from Libertyville's historic downtown is a row of auto dealerships that has been dubbed the “Mile of Cars,” an area that has …...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Senate Advances Shale Fee Bill.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. A key state Senate panel has advanced a proposed impact fee on Marcellus shale natural gas drillers, putting it in position for a vote later today, the Post-Gazette reports this morning. The changes to the......
  • House, Senate Take Up Dueling Marcellus Shale Bills.

     
    With just weeks to go in their fall voting session, the state House and Senate were expected to spend Tuesday debating and voting on dueling bills intended to help counties and municipalities deal with the local impact of natural gas......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: State Grant To Second Mile On Hold.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The Corbett administration approved a $3 million grant this summer to The Second Mile, the charity founded by accused child molester Jerry Sandusky, despite knowing about the investigation into the former Penn State...
  • 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...
  • Corbett: Norquist And I Have "A Difference Of Opinion" Over Impact Fee.

     
    It Ain't Exactly Martin Luther ... ... nailing his list of grievances to the cathedral door, but Gov. Tom Corbett put some daylight between himself and GOP tax enforcer Grover Norquist this afternoon, telling a packed house at the Pennsylvania......
  • New drilling could bring highway money, GOP leaders say

     
    Congressional Republican leaders are drafting legislation that would steer money from new offshore energy production into highway construction....
  • Seoul gun-shy of pipeline deal with Moscow and Pyongyang

     
    Russian gas pipeline: Russia wants to run a natural gas pipeline through North Korea to the south....