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  • 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.......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: It's #VoterID time again.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's not February. And it's not Groundhog Day. Yet we here at Capitol Ideas World HQ can't help feel like we'll be trooping into familiar territory as we make the trek over to Commonwealth Court......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We'd be remiss if we didn't wish a (very belated) very Happy Hanukkah to our Jewish friends this morning. As regular readers know, we celebrate both holidays here at Capitol Ideas World Headquarters, making for......
  • Looking at polls, conservatives raise red flags over Gov. Tom Corbett's electoral fortunes.

     
    It's no secret that Gov. Tom Corbett has always had problems with Pennsylvania's conservative movement. From his notorious "living document" comments about the state Constitution during a 2010 primary debate to right-wing gripes that he wasn't going far...
  • Ed Rendell, Mayor of New York City?

     
    The New York Times reports that outgoing New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has courted several high-profile successors, including former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell: "Mr. Bloomberg has mused about a Mayor Charles E. Schumer with the Democratic senator...
  • Auditor General-Elelct Eugene DePasquale names top staffers.

     
    Incoming state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has named his senior staff. The York County Democrat takes office on Monday. “I am proud to announce the senior staff who will help me fulfill my commitment to the people of Pennsylvania to......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Lottery union says it could beat private bid.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Just when you thought things couldn't get any weirder with the debate over whether to turn the day-to-day management of the $3.5 billion PA Lottery to an English company, the union representing about 200 agency........
  • Former Gov. Ed Rendell has ties to firm consulting on Lottery privatization.

     
    As Gov. Tom Corbett considers whether to hand the reins of the Pennsylvania Lottery over to a British company, he's been getting advice from a firm with ties to his predecessor. Former Gov. Ed Rendell is a senior adviser to......
  • Proposal for 5-cent shopping-bag fee inches ahead in New Jersey

     
    A handful of gutsy New Jersey legislators have been sponsoring bills to impose fees on disposable paper or plastic shopping bags in the last few years, and until recently none of them has gotten out of first gear, owing I'm sure to what former...