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  • PA Legislature's new website earns top grade

     
    The General Assembly’s newly designed website, which The Morning Call last month hailed as a sign of good, nonpartisan government, has received national accolades, too. The Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization devoted to greater...
  • Pileggi not running for US Senate

     
    With a simple Facebook status message, state Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi ended a week of speculation that he'd run for Democrat Bob Casey's U.S. Senate seat. "After a great deal of careful consideration, I have decided not to enter......
  • 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...
  • Yet another suggested state pension fix.

     
    From Clara Ritger: A Chester County Republican says he wants to fix the state's pension system by switching current and future state and school employees from the current defined benefit system to a defined contribution plan similar to a 401(k).......
  • Midday Budget Update: The wheels do turn slowly.

     
    Good Afternoon, Everyone. Here's where things stand as of 12:34 p.m: 1. The House debated, and then went over, changes to the School Code Bill. The proposal would, among other things, place school superintendents' contracts under the auspices of...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: It's been 10 years since the Quecreek Accident.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. As hard as it is to believe, it's been a decade since a mining accident in rural Somerset County focused national attention on Pennsylvania, briefly turned a media star out of then-Gov. Mark Schweiker and......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Supreme Court to hear redistricting challenges.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Everyone knows the classic image of the campaign reporter. Rumpled. Maybe a touch grouchy. Definitely cynical and weary from endless hours on the road and endless meals at diners along the highways and byways of......
  • 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......