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  • Maryland and 'House of Cards' reach deal to keep series in state

    Maryland and 'House of Cards' reach deal to keep series in state
    "House of Cards" and the state of Maryland reached a deal late Friday that will keep the Netflix series in state to film Season 3. "Spoiler alert: we're going to keep the 3,700 jobs and more than 100 million dollars of economic activity and investment...
  • McCord steps up to face other Democrats and Corbett

     
    Yo! Gov. Tom Corbett’s approval ratings remain lower than Ryan Howard’s batting average. The question is who comes out of their slump first: Corbett or Howard. Democrats sure don’t think it’ll be Corbett because another one just...
  • Ask the Governor

     
    I was working on two possible columns for today's Morning Call, both about Gov. Corbett. Below is the one I decided to use here instead: “We’ll begin taping in five minutes, Governor,” said the host of the Ask the Governor......
  • Saturday's SportsFest "A-town Throwdown" boys basketball scoreboard

     
    VARSITY BOYS Parkland 63, Souderton 42 ... Nick Rindock 31. Manheim 58, Nazareth 43 ... Christian Mitchell 19. Freedom 45, Warren Hills 26 ... Nick Sharpe 8. Ridley 51, Upper Perk 19 ... Balanced scoring. Cedar Crest 43, Quakertown 26 ... Eberhart 11....
  • Here's why putting the AG next in line for the governor's office could be a problem

     
    Under the amendment...the attorney general would be next in line if the governor died, quit or was removed from office. That makes a lot of sense. Candidates for attorney general are subject to far more voter scrutiny than those for......
  • Madigan out of touch... no, really

     
    By Jessica Reynolds Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan, arguably the most powerful man in the state, does not own a cellphone. This stunning revelation was made known Tuesday when Gov. Quinn explained to the press how he tried to phone......
  • Barry Schoch’s big day

     
    As state Transportation chief, Barry Schoch ran point for Gov. Tom Corbett’s effort to increase spending for roads, bridges and mass transit. Schoch ran Corbett’s 2011 commission that determined — to no one’s surprised — that...
  • Open thread: The Weeks in Review

     
    The "Weeks in Review" feature is an open thread in which commenters can talk about any current events or cultural phenomena that have caught their attention, including but not limited to the topics brought up in our traditional roundup of......
  • Quinn’s thrilling gambit sets chilling precedent

     
    From Sunday's print column Agreed, there was something deeply satisfying about Gov. Pat Quinn’s announcement last week that he was suspending the pay of state lawmakers until they acted on pension reform. "There is a principle as old as the......
  • Kwame again?

     
    Natasha Korecki at Brand X reports: Would (State Sen. Kwame Raoul of Chicago) run as Gov. Pat Quinn’s lieutenant governor? The answer is basically yes.... Raoul said he would consider the job with a major caveat — that it would......
  • Corbett’s stalled liquor privatization plans revving up again

     
    With the Legislature scheduled to come back to session next week, sides again are lining up for and against Gov. Tom Corbett’s stalled plan to sell the state liquor store system and open up beer sales. Northampton County District Attorney......