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  • Mica is hitting the road (as transportation chair)

     
    WASHINGTON — Top House Republicans have made their picks for chairmen in the next Congress and it looks like U.S. Rep. John Mica, R-Winter Park, is out. Mica, headed into his 11th term, currently heads the House transportation chair but is not...
  • Mica honored with portrait for transportation work

     
    WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. John Mica is concluding his turn as House transportation chairman with a rare honor — a grinning new portrait of himself that was unveiled today and soon will hang alongside other past chairmen in the committee’s...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's a month before Christmas and things are starting to get festive here in the seat of power. The official Capitol Christmas Tree arrived yesterday and workers immediately set to gussying it up with tinsel......
  • In speech to biz leaders, Corbett vague on transportation funding plans.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett will offer a long-awaited plan to state lawmakers early next year to pay for an estimated $2.5 billion in road and bridge repairs that will likely take advantage of updates in federal highway law as well as......
  • House passes Republicans' 2012 spending plan

    House passes Republicans' 2012 spending plan
    The House passed the Republicans' 2012 budget Friday on a party-line vote, launching GOP lawmakers into an emerging debate with President Obama that vividly defines the parties and will help to shape the size and role of the federal government for years...
  • Chicago-Detroit high-speed rail gets boost

    Chicago-Detroit high-speed rail gets boost
    The Chicago-based 110 mph passenger rail network under development across the Midwest received a more than $670 million federal funding boost on Monday to upgrade track and purchase dozens of new trains. Two of the rail spokes radiating from the Chicago...
  • Congressmen call for better pipeline oversight

    Congressmen call for better pipeline oversight
    From congressmen to gas company officials to safety advocates, nearly everyone at a congressional roundtable on gas pipeline safety Monday agreed on one thing: Old cast-iron gas pipelines, like the one suspected in the deadly Feb. 9 Allentown gas...
  • Federal official urges pipeline safety forum

    Federal official urges pipeline safety forum
    Standing yards away from Allentown's gas explosion ground zero, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Monday said he was working with pipeline owners, Congress and regulators to strengthen pipeline safety and make sure explosions like the one that...
  • Social media wrap: Brewer, Issa, Thompson and others react to Arizona immigration law [updated]

     
    As a federal judge strikes down part of Arizona's immigration law, politicians take to Facebook and Twitter to give their reactions....
  • Possible redistricting outcome: Critz out, Barletta a lot safer

     
    Pennsylvania will lose one seat in Congress next year because of census population data, and the Washington Post on Monday analyzed how the state's congressional districts may be redrawn by the Republicans in charge. "One is to draw Democratic Reps.......
  • Gas safety gets Congressional hearing after Allentown blast

     
    The chairman of the Congressional subcommittee that oversees gas pipeline safety will travel to Montgomery County Monday to hold an informal roundtable on the topic following fatal explosions in Allentown and Philadelphia. The 11/2-hour listening...