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John C. Rafferty, Jr.

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  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Used Cars, Available Cheap.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Are you in the market for a new vehicle? Maybe you're looking for that first car for the new teen driver in the family? Looking for a gently used sedan that was only driven by......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Corbett's Replacement Edges Closer To Confirmation.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Assistant U.S. Attorney Linda Kelly of Pittsburgh moved a step closer CORBETTANDKELLY yesterday to becoming Pennsylvania's new Attorney General yesterday after her nomination sailed through the Senate Judiciary...
  • Sunday Morning News Analysis: The Lingering Problem of Transportation Funding.

     
    Want To Know How Much ... ... has changed during the past nine months when it comes to Pennsylvania addressing its massive PATURNPIKE backlog of badly needed road and bridge repairs? Here’s former Gov. Ed Rendell, speaking last August, at the site...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Voting Rights, Unemployment Comp On The Docket.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Today is June 13, 2011. A scant 17 days remain for the state House and Senate to pass a new state budget and for Gov. Tom Corbett to sign one to keep his promise of......
  • Corbett, GOP Lawmakers Reach Tentative Budget Deal (#pabudget)

     
    From The Associated Press: HARRISBURG _ Pennsylvania's Republican state senators are being told by the chamber's leaders that a "tentative deal" is in place on a state budget with House Republican leaders and Gov. Tom Corbett. However, no formal...
  • The Sunday Brunch: In Redistricting, It's Give A Little To Get A Little.

     
    For political junkies, the once-a-decade redrawing of Pennsylvania's legislative district lines is a board- game geek's paradise: It's "Risk," "Stratego" and "Battleship" all rolled into one, with the balance of power for the next 10 years as the prize....
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Perzel to Plead Guilty Today.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The highest-ranking state lawmaker to be caught up in the wide-ranging public corruption probe known as Bonusgate is set to plead guilty to charges that he illegally steered millions of dollars in taxpayer money to....
  • DePasquale Releases Bio Video For Auditor General Campaign.

     
    Just In Time ... ... for this weekend's Democratic State Committee meeting, state Rep. Eugene DePasquale, D-York, has put out a bio video touting his bid for the 2012 nomination for Auditor General. So far, DePasquale is the only declared......
  • Corbett Says Unspent State Surplus Could Be Needed For Flood Clean-Up; Sticks By Electoral College Plan.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett on Saturday defended his decision to not spend the state’s more than $700 million fiscal 2010-2011 budget surplus, saying that money might be needed for storm clean-up. “We have some bridges that are going to have to......
  • Women Get Corbett Above .500 In New Q-Poll.

     
    An Eight-Point Bump ... ... among Pennsylvania's female voters has nabbed Gov. Tom Corbett his best approval rating ever, a new Quinnipiac University poll out this morning shows. The Guv's at a 50-32 percent approval rating among all voters, up from a 44-...
  • Democrat Murphy Hits $1 Million For AG Bid.

     
    Democratic Attoney General Candidate Patrick Murphy has raised $1 million toward his three-way race with Kathleen Granahan Kane of Lackawanna County and Dan McCafferey of Philadelphia....