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  • Corbett: "There are going to be some people out there that, no matter what we do, that are not going to forgive me for doing that investigation."

     
    HARRISBURG — State officials are considering a number of “alternatives” to pay for $2.5 billion in badly needed repairs and reconstruction of Pennsylvania’s network of roads and bridges, Gov. Tom Corbett said in wide-ranging...
  • Transportation secretary defends bullet train at House hearing

     
    U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood vigorously defended California’s high-speed rail project in the face of sharp criticism from a pair of Golden State Republicans at a Capitol Hill hearing....
  • Terms limits

     
    In another thread, commenter Barry3 points to Democrats, Republicans Diverge on Capitalism, Federal Gov't; results from a new Gallup Poll in which voters were asked for their gut responses to a set of economics-related terms: Democrats have a more...
  • In New York, it's candidates and cocktails as Democrats jockey for position.

     
    In a law firm conference room 43 stories above Midtown Manhattan where giant windows offered vertiginous views of rain-soaked urban canyons, John Hanger’s ambitions were equally soaring. A former secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of...
  • Lawmaker wants to change Proposition 13

     
    A California lawmaker wants to change Proposition 13 to boost funding for public education and other programs....
  • Former GOP leader sets up new charity with leftover campaign cash

     
    Former state Sen. Jim Brulte (R-Rancho Cucamonga) has used more than $700,000 in leftover political contributions to set up a new charity organization. During his years in office, Brulte, who is now a potential candidate for state Republican Party...
  • Skelton: Capitol lacks compromise and camaraderie

     
    Sacramento is on its way toward becoming a one-party town. Democrats are expected to control both houses of the Legislature, and they already hold every statewide elected office....
  • Skelton: Democrats looking to flex muscles in Capitol

     
    The word of the moment in Sacramento is "overreach." Political observers are watching to see what Democrats will do with their new two-thirds majority in the Legislature, and if they'll trigger a backlash from voters by pushing too much, too......
  • Charlie Crist: I’m actually not filing to become a Dem until Thursday

     
    Charlie Crist is not a Democrat yet – at least not officially. Florida’s former Republican-turned-independent governor plans to formally file his new voter registration application with the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Thursday...
  • Thompson tapped as new Orange delegation chair

     
    TALLAHASSEE — With a new Democrat-leaning membership, the Orange County Legislative Delegation has tapped newly elected Sen. Geraldine Thompson, D-Orlando, to serve as its chair. Legislative redistricting and a decade-long shift in voter...
  • PA Electoral College taps Obama, Biden for a second term

     
    Pennsylvania’s members of the Electoral College gathered in the state Capitol Monday for a constitutional ritual that began with flowery nods to American history and ended with a largely pro forma vote that help usher President Barack Obama and...