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  • Secret recording escalates flap over Gov. Tom Wolf's pick for state police commissioner

    Secret recording escalates flap over Gov. Tom Wolf's pick for state police commissioner
    HARRISBURG — A Facebook campaign some retired and current Pennsylvania state troopers launched against Gov. Tom Wolf's pick to lead the agency has hit the streets, the halls of the Capitol and the confines of a small suburban police force. A group...
  • Race allegations heat up in fight over Gov. Tom Wolf's pick to lead state police

    Race allegations heat up in fight over Gov. Tom Wolf's pick to lead state police
    HARRISBURG — At first, criticism of Gov. Tom Wolf's selection to run the Pennsylvania State Police focused on the color of the taxpayer-funded uniform his acting commissioner chose to wear. Gray. But after a racially charged letter — "No...
  • Racist letter left in mailbox of Gov. Tom Wolf's pick to lead state police

    Racist letter left in mailbox of Gov. Tom Wolf's pick to lead state police
    HARRISBURG — Authorities are investigating who placed a racially charged letter in the mailbox of Gov. Tom Wolf's embattled nominee to lead the state police. The handwritten loose-leaf letter saying "No [racial epithet] lover will wear my uniform"...
  • Troopers union to Gov. Tom Wolf: Rescind your pick for state police commissioner

    Troopers union to Gov. Tom Wolf: Rescind your pick for state police commissioner
    HARRISBURG — The union representing retired and current state troopers has called on Gov. Tom Wolf to rescind his nomination for state police commissioner. Joseph R. Koval, president of the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association, wrote Wolf on...
  • Senate Republicans reviving ex-Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to cut future pension benefits for current workers

    Senate Republicans reviving ex-Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to cut future pension benefits for current workers
    HARRISBURG — In 2013, some Senate Republicans criticized as illegal and did not approve Republican Gov. Tom Corbett's plan to reduce future retirement benefits for current state and school employees, lawmakers and judges to save money. But now,...
  • Legislature big winner in Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal

    Legislature big winner in Gov. Tom Wolf's budget proposal
    HARRISBURG — Republicans who control the state House and Senate squawked while Democrats delivered lukewarm praise over Gov. Tom Wolf's proposed $33.8 billion budget, which raises a pile of taxes to fuel higher school funding and lower property...
  • Wolf's budget calls for higher income, sales taxes

    Wolf's budget calls for higher income, sales taxes
    HARRISBURG — The details have been kept under lock and key, but when Gov. Wolf unveils his first budget early this week, all signs point to its being big, bold — and highly controversial. For days now, there has been chatter in political...
  • PA Gov. Tom Wolf's roller-coaster first month

    PA Gov. Tom Wolf's roller-coaster first month
    HARRISBURG — In his first month in office, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf has kept lawmakers off balance by throwing them lollipop gestures of kindness one day, and then sneaking political fastballs by them the next. Depending on one's political...
  • Gov. Tom Wolf unveils business tax and jobs plans

    Gov. Tom Wolf unveils business tax and jobs plans
    With the long-cold Bethlehem Steel blast furnaces looming behind him, Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday unveiled tax and jobs plans he hopes will rebuild Pennsylvania's stagnant economy and rejuvenate its shrinking manufacturing sector. Wolf, a York County...
  • Wolf: 'Low self-esteem' holding Pennsylvania back

    What is Pennsylvania’s biggest economic challenge, in Gov. Tom Wolf’s view? "Low self-esteem," he told a panel of fellow governors last weekend at the National Governors Association’s winter meeting in Washington, D.C. Wolf, the...
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court nominee under fire over racial email withdraws

    It looks as if voters — not Gov. Tom Wolf and state senators — will have the first and final say in filling two vacancies on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The openings are among three on the seven-member court — the result of one...