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  • House, Senate panels propose quick fix for near-bankrupt highway fund

    WASHINGTON House of Representatives and Senate committees approved plans Thursday to shore up the foundering highway trust fund through next May, but several business groups told lawmakers they want a longer-term solution by the end of this year.
  • Politics as Usual

    A new look and new byline for Call's politics blog If you're a regular reader of Capitol Ideas, where The Morning Call's writers have detailed the ins and outs of state government for years, you may have noticed some changes last week. The latest...

    PA reps swing for charity in annual Congressional baseball game

    PA reps swing for charity in annual Congressional baseball game
    Republicans may control the U.S. House, but it was the Democrats who dominated the baseball field this week in the 53rd annual Congressional baseball game. Four Pennsylvania House members took the field at Nationals Park on Wednesday: Reps. Lou...

    Weakened tea [Editorial]

    Weakened tea  [Editorial]
    The centrist shift of the Republican Party, first observed last fall with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's landslide re-election, continued this week with GOP establishment candidates defeating tea party challengers in primary races. The most visible...

    Republicans keep tea party wing at bay in primary races

    Republicans keep tea party wing at bay in primary races
    Incumbent Republicans cruised to victory in key primary elections Tuesday, offering fresh evidence that the party's establishment wing has successfully neutralized outside conservative groups that have vexed congressional leaders since the rise of the tea...