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Christie Taken To Task Over Political Use Of State HelicopterNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie is being criticized, again, for his use of a State Police helicopter for personal reasons.
Pa. Lawmakers To Vote On Wolf Tax ProposalsLeaders of the Republican majority in the legislature said they plan to put Democratic Governor Tom Wolf’s tax proposals up for a vote next week.
Local Congressional Members Stunned By Boehner’s ExitThe Tri-state Congressional Delegation expressed surprise when House Speaker John Boehner announced his decision Friday to step down.
PA House Sends Short-Term Funding Bills To Governor, Veto ExpectedAs Pennsylvania’s budget standoff drags on, the Republican-controlled Pennsylvania House has sent Governor Wolf short-term, stopgap funding legislation that is expected to be vetoed by the Democratic governor.
Congressman Meehan Says It's Important For Pope To Discuss Difficult Political Issues"He talked in aspirational tones about the realism of the challenges that we face, and the recognition that these are not going to be easy to resolve."
Pa. Congressman Urges Members To Reconsider Government Shutdown TacticCongressman Ryan Costello says with deadline tactics like a government shutdown, it’s easy to see why there’s so much frustration with elected officials.
PA Senate Sends Governor Rape Victim Support BillAs strange as it may seem, under current Pennsylvania law, a convicted rapist has parental rights if the victim conceives a child, gives birth and chooses the raise the child.
Thousands Register To Vote Online In PennsylvaniaHis office is reporting that more than 10,000 Pennsylvanians have used Pennsylvania's new online voter registration system since its launch.
Bill To Eliminate Gender Designations On Single-Occupant Restrooms Introduced At Council SessionThe line for the ladies-only bathroom could be history in a number of Philadelphia establishments, under a bill introduced in City Council today.
PA Lawmakers Still At Odds Over Taxing Shale To Fund SchoolsSeveral Democratic senators and state representatives gathered at Upper Dublin High School, to call on Republican leaders to drop their opposition to a shale tax.
City Council Back In Session, Numerous Bills IntroducedThe bill is a response to a June water main break in West Philadelphia.
Analyst: Governor Likely To Feel Heat On StopgapsAbsent major progress in budget talks in the coming days, the Senate is poised to vote on stopgap funding as soon as next week.