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  • Looking Ahead: Charter school reform may face another bumpy path this fall.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett’s education czar said this week that the Republican administration plans to make a renewed push on the unfinished parts of its school reform agenda during this fall’s legislative session. But neither time – nor...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Lawmakers return for busy fall session (or not).

     
    Good Monday Morning Fellow Seekers. Pennsylvania’s public school students have been in class for weeks, but state lawmakers will finally return to work today for an abbreviated fall voting session that could end up being as notable for what doesn&#...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Senate to push for open-records fix for Penn State, other state schools?

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. State lawmakers return to town in just about a week for an abbreviated fall session. But during the time they have, expect a renewed push for reforms to Pennsylvania's open-records law. After a summer of......
  • Faced with changed topography, legislative Republicans say they're ready for the next term.

     
    With their margins eroded in the staet House and Senate, senior Republicans said this afternoon that they won't be taking their eye off the ball in the new session that starts in January. In the House, GOP leaders say they......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're nearing the end of Election Week 2012, and the past four business days have passed surprisingly quickly, given the drama and tension that has marked them. Well, quickly for us, anyway. Perhaps not so......
  • With leadership elections, Senate Dems, Repubs stick with the tried and true.

     
    So much any hope for a palace coup. Senate Republicans and Democrats held the dullest leadership elections in the history of ever today, re-elecitng the same slate of leaders who saw them through the 2011-12 legislaitive session. Senate President Pro-...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: The weekend warm-up.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Well, here we are, starting one of the last working days before the Christmas interval. Hopefully you have all your shopping finished and you've laid in a sufficient supply of Curiously Strong Adult Beverages so......
  • PA Electoral College taps Obama, Biden for a second term

     
    Pennsylvania’s members of the Electoral College gathered in the state Capitol Monday for a constitutional ritual that began with flowery nods to American history and ended with a largely pro forma vote that help usher President Barack Obama and...
  • Lawmakers playing politics with payday loans

    Payday loans. Reviled by some and embraced by others, they have become fodder for political drama under the Capitol dome. Some of our state lawmakers say they are looking out for our best interests as they consider inviting payday lenders back to...
  • Governor Corbett Signs Justice Reinvestment; Other Law Enforcement Bills

    Governor Corbett Signs Justice Reinvestment; Other Law Enforcement Bills
    Governor Tom Corbett today signed House Bill 135, the second phase of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative that will redirect funds from corrections to communities. Corbett also signed into law several other pieces of legislation, all related to...
  • Casey weighs in on electoral-vote change

    Casey weighs in on electoral-vote change
    The Harrisburg Republicans' plan to change the way Pennsylvania's electoral votes are counted has gained a high-profile Democratic foe: Sen. Bob Casey. Pennsylvania's senior U.S. senator waded into the state-level fight, sending a letter to state...