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  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Perzel Aides Accept Pleas.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We begin one seriously busy day with a bit of law and order news. As we noted yesterday, three aides to former House Speaker John Perzel will enter guilty pleas in the "Bonusgate" public corruption......
  • Legislative Redistricting Web Site Goes Live.

     
    That Fancy New ... ... website run by the Legislative Reapportionment Commission went live this afternoon. The interactive site include legislative district maps from the 1991 and 2001 reapportionments — as well as the new preliminary map when it'...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The Thursday Five.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Well, we've been cleaning out the eaves, corners, nooks and crannies of the cozy little artists' garret that is Capitol Ideas World HQ. We're throwing a yard sale this weekend with a few other of......
  • Democrats to Barbour: Don’t endorse Rick Scott

     
    TALLAHASSEE — In advance of Day Two of the Rick Scott-Republican Party “We are Family” Unity Tour, the Democratic Governors Association is having a little fun with the heaps of criticism these very same Republicans had expressed for...
  • Is the Senate in play?

     
    by Mike Memoli The Cook Political Report has revised some of its race ratings in contests for House, Senate and governor, and none of them are good for Democrats. Most significantly, the non-partisan political handicapper now says Republicans are poised.....
  • One-fourth of new animal hoarding cases involve rescuers, ASPCA expert says

     
    Linda Bruno called her Pennsylvania cat rescue the land of milk and tuna. It thrived for years as people sent pets they couldn't care for from hundreds of miles away -- unaware that it was a death camp for cats.......
  • Obama raising cash for Sestak

     
    by Colby Itkowitz President Barack Obama is scheduled to headline a fundraiser for U.S. Senate candidate Joe Sestak in Philadelphia on Sept. 20. First reported by Politicspa, Obama will be at several events in Pennsylvania that same day. (John Callahan,.....
  • Kate Plus 8: Kid work permits come under more fire

     
    Last week I wrote about the Kafkaesque defense that the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry was offering in connection with the work permits it issued for Kate Gosselin's 6-year-old kids. Read it here.Now comes this formal response from State Rep....
  • Heat, fire and flood ahead ... then Igor?

     
    Sounds pretty dire, doesn't it? Fortunately, the reality isn't quite so bad.The National Weather Service forecasters out at Sterling think today's high might rise into the upper 80s, falling somewhere short of the 90-degree mark. Of course, they said the....
  • Your morning adorable: What's rarer than rare? A black Amur leopard cub

     
    June was a big month for a critically endangered species: the Amur leopard. Only a few hundred Amur leopards remain worldwide -- that's including both wild and captive animals -- but that number increased a bit when several Amur leopard......
  • Third of Maryland now in drought

     
    The new Drought Monitor map, released Thursday morning, shows that nearly a third of Maryland is now in "moderate" to "extreme" drought, with the most serious drought in Western Maryland. Southern Maryland and the Lower Eastern Shore are also struggling...