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  • Child sex abuse law reform moves toward House vote

    Child sex abuse law reform moves toward House vote
    State Rep. Eugene DePasquale, D-York, said a bill to reform antiquated child sexual abuse laws in Pennsylvania today moved through the House Judiciary Committee.  Following a news conference announcing plans to introduce a discharge resolution to move...
  • Tentative deal reached on PA state budget

    Tentative deal reached on PA state budget
    Governor Tom Corbett, R, announced Wednesday that a tentative deal has been reached between himself and Republican House and Senate leaders on a 2012-2012 state budget. The $27.7 billion budget is about a half-billion more than Gov. Corbett's initial...
  • Pennsylvania Representative Introduces Legislation Calling for More Transparency for State Universities through State Open Records Law

    Pennsylvania Representative Introduces Legislation Calling for More Transparency for State Universities through State Open Records Law
    State Representative Eugene DePasquale, on Monday, introduced a piece of legislation that would make Penn State, Pitt, Temple, and Lincoln part of the State Open Records Act. Currently all four schools are exempt. DePasquale says the public has a right...
  • PA Proposed Redistricting Has Democrats Upset

    PA Proposed Redistricting Has Democrats Upset
    Every 10 years Pennsylvania updates it's district lines, based on census results. And this year brings some major changes. Pennsylvania would lose a congressional seat in Washington. District 19, which is currently held by congressman Todd Platts...
  • Sandusky continues to collect state pension; New law could stop the cash flow

    Sandusky continues to collect state pension; New law could stop the cash flow
    Despite the possibility of spending the rest of his life in prison, Jerry Sandusky is still collecting a state pension. A new piece of legislation is trying to stop that money flow. Each year, Sandusky collects $58,898 for his state pension. Despite...
  • Governor Corbett set to unveil budget; Cuts could run deep

    Governor Corbett set to unveil budget; Cuts could run deep
    Governor Tom Corbett is set to address the General Assembly when he unveils the 2012/2013 state budget later this morning. The state is in a tough economic place and cuts are expected to run deep. It's no surprise that these are some tough economic...
  • Governor's Proposed Budget Means Cuts for Education & Welfare

    Governor's Proposed Budget Means Cuts for Education & Welfare
    Governor Tom Corbett released his $27 billion dollar proposed budget for 2012-13 Tuesday morning.   He says the budget puts Pennsylvania on the road to financial recovery.  It includes no tax increases but does include cuts to state higher education and...
  • Wednesday, February 8, 2012

    Representative Seth Grove Discusses PA Budget Representative Seth Grove (196th Legislative District) joined Fox43 Morning News to talk about Governor Corbett's new state budget and how it affects Pennsylvanians' wallets as well as what programs face...
  • Marcellus Shale Impact Fee Bill Heads to Governor

    Marcellus Shale Impact Fee Bill Heads to Governor
    Governor Tom Corbett says he's happy that the House and Senate passed House Bill 1950, which includes an impact fee for Marcellus Shale natural gas drillers.  Wednesday the state House approved the measure 101 to 90.  On Tuesday, the state Senate voted 31...
  • Natural gas impact fee passes the General Assembly

    Natural gas impact fee passes the General Assembly
    The natural gas industry in Pennsylvania is booming and now legislators think they have come up with a way to cash in on that success. Yesterday, lawmakers agreed on a compromise that would impose a fee on the drilling companies. The money raised from...
  • PSU President expected to testify at Capitol looking to avoid funding cut

    PSU President expected to testify at Capitol looking to avoid funding cut
    Budget hearings are in full swing at the State Capitol today as leaders from the four state-related universities make their case to have funding reinstated. Penn State, Temple and Pitt are all facing major cuts in state funding under Governor Tom Corbett'...