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  • New Poll That Patrick Murphy Paid For Shows Patrick Murphy Leading AG's Race.

     
    A New Internal Poll ... ... commissioned by Democratic Attorney General candidate Patrick Murphy shows Murphy (brace yourselves now) with a double-digit lead over rivals Kathleen Granahan Kane and Dan McCaffery in the run-up to this weekend's...
  • Prison Guards' Raise Bill Heads To The Full Senate.

     
    So What If You Were A Boss ... ... and you made less than the people working under you? That's the situation that management-level state corrections officers have found themselves in for the last couple of years. And a bill......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Back To The Drawing Board For Redistricting.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Apparently giving ammo to those who say Pennsylvania's once-a-decade reapportionment of House and Senate maps is too political, the state Supreme Court tossed recently redrawn map of 203 state House and 50 Senate...
  • DPW Submits Assets Test Plan For Food Stamp Recipients.

     
    State Residents ... ... with savings or assets greater than $5,000 for households aged 59 or younger or $9,000 for households aged 60 or older would be barred from participating in Pennsylvania's food stamps program under a proposal the Department......
  • The Top Five Political Stories of 2011: No. 5 Transportation Funding.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. From the inauguration of Gov. Tom Corbett in January to the Sandusky scandal at Penn State in November, the past year saw no shortage of headlines. Between now and Saturday, we'll be counting down the......
  • DeWeese Found Guilty On Five of Six Counts.

     
    The Post-Gazette reports: "Jurors have reached a verdict in the trial of Democratic state Rep. Bill DeWeese, the onetime House speaker from Waynesburg. The jury, on its third day of deliberations, found Mr. DeWeese guilty on all but one count......
  • Friday Morning: A Quick Fill-Up On News.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're traversing the highways and byways of this great Commonwealth today, so we're going to keep this morning's missive a touch on the brief side. Here's a quick buffet of links to go with your......
  • Senate Dems Mark One-Year Anniversary Of End of adultBasic.

     
    A Group Of State Senate Democrats ... ... gathered to mark the year anniversary of the end of the state's adultBasic health insurance program, which offered subsidized coverage for about 40,000 low-income Pennsylvanians. During an event at the Capitol...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Ed Rendell Still Thinks You're A Wuss.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's a rainy and gray day here in the seat of power. For reasons entirely unclear to us, both the House and Senate are out of session until May 21 (it takes that long to......
  • Anger Grows Over Corbett's "Just Close Your Eyes" Comments On Mandatory Ultrasound Bill.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett has found himself at the center of a storm of national criticism over remarks he made earlier this week on legislation that would require women to undergo a mandatory ultrasound examination 24 hours before having an abortion.......
  • Hundreds rally for public education.

     
    From Clara Ritger: Hundreds of parents, students, teachers -- joined by state lawmakers -- filled the Capitol Wednesday where they called for Gov. Tom Corbett to increase funding for public education. "In hard times we all need to make sacrifices,"......