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  • Corbett signs on to Alzheimer's plan

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett today gave the thumbs-up to a Pennsylvania Plan for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders, which proposes recommendations and a strategic approach to addressing the growth of the disease and related disorders across the...
  • Katie McGinty running for PA Democratic chair

     
    Katie McGinty, the fourth place finisher in the May Democratic primary, wants the top spot in the state Democratic Party. And Tom Wolf wants her to have it. Wolf, the Democratic nominee for governor, has asked McGinty to be the......
  • Poll: Most Pennsylvanians surveyed expect Corbett to lose

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett has his re-election work cut out for him because just three out of every 10 people surveyed said they had a favorable view of the incumbent, according to Robert Morris University Polling Institute. The online survey was......
  • Internet gambling revenue would do little to ease the state's budget deficit

    Pennsylvania is facing a "growing" $532.5 million budget deficit, The Morning Call reported on Wednesday, and some politicians and some casino moguls see Internet gambling as a way to "help plug" it. A legislative study, it was reported, said revenue...
  • Tom Corbett puts his most lovable foot forward

    Tom Corbett puts his most lovable foot forward
    Gov. Tom Corbett and his campaign team gathered in a viewing room. Corbett said, "I know you all wanted to get together after the primary election and talk about our strategy. Winn, let's start with your assessment. Then I have a surprise for you."...
  • And they're off ...

    And they're off ...
    The Legislature’s annual sprint race to finish budget by the June 30 deadline officially got started Friday with the introduction of a flat-line spending bill for 2014-15. If you want to know what’s inside it, look at the current 2013-14...
  • A.B.E. Windows celebrates four decades, and other company news

    A.B.E. Doors & Windows marks its fourth decade Forty years after founder Jim Lett started A.B.E. Doors & Windows, the former one-man business now employs 23 people and may soon be hiring at least two more. The company celebrates four decades of...
  • Philadelphia DA to tackle political corruption case

    The Philadelphia district attorney said on Wednesday his office is taking over a controversial political corruption case that the Pennsylvania attorney general declined to prosecute. District Attorney Seth Williams said he is convening a grand jury to...
  • Judge Jones halts attempt to challenge Pa. marriage equality decision

    U.S. District Judge John E. Jones III has rejected an attempt by the clerk of orphans court and register of wills in Schuylkill County to appeal his decision striking down Pennsylvania's law against gay marriage. Clerk Theresa Santai-Gaffney filed papers...
  • Legislature sitting on $154 million surplus

    HARRISBURG — The Legislature's surplus grew about 4 percent to $153.6 million in the 2012-13 fiscal year that ended June 30, 2013, according to an audit released Wednesday. If lawmakers used that full surplus to help with the 2014-15 budget...
  • Gov. Tom Corbett issues budget ultimatum to Legislature

    HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Corbett celebrated his 66th birthday Tuesday. But the Legislature did not give him what he wanted: pension reform and changes to the state liquor store system as part of the 2014-15 budget. So Corbett advised lawmakers to...