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NJ Seeks Disaster Aid After January Storm And Shore FloodingThe request for $82.6 million is meant to cover government costs in dealing with snow removal and debris cleanup on the state and county level.
Pa. Senate Falls Short In Vote On Ouster Of AG KaneA resolution to remove embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office failed in the state Senate Wednesday.
Pa. Senate Vote On Kane Removal Expected TodayThe state Senate is scheduled to take a historic vote today on whether to remove embattled Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office.
Tickets For City's Suite At Bruce Springsteen Concert To Benefit School DistrictMayor Jim Kenney promised to use the city's suites at sports and concert venues to benefit the School District and he's making the first tickets available to the general public for a concert this week.
Democratic Gov. Wolf’s Second Budget Address Falls Flat With Majority Republican LawmakersGovernor Tom Wolf is again proposing a menu of tax increases to fund his priorities. Chief among those priorities, more money for schools.
Two Track Approach In NJ To Raising Minimum WageEfforts are planned in Trenton and Washington to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour over time.
Pennsylvania Sets New Budget-Day Mark In Historic GridlockWolf's fight with lawmakers is now seven months deep into the current fiscal year.
With First Budget Unfinished, Wolf To Propose Budget No. 2 TodayGovernor Wolf finds himself in a position unlike no other governor in recent decades: he is scheduled to propose his second budget today while his first budget remains incomplete.
Christie's Last-Minute Push In New Hampshire Ahead Of PrimaryA last-minute push in New Hampshire tonight ahead of tomorrow's primary in Campaign 2016.
Pa. Senate To Vote Wednesday On Removal Of AG KaneThe state Senate is now poised to vote later this week on whether to remove Kathleen Kane as Pennsylvania’s Attorney General.
Phila. Officials Announce Effort To Save Money, Create Jobs By Making City Buildings More Energy EfficientThe Mayor and City Council President have announced a ten-year effort to save money and create jobs, by making city buildings, businesses and homes greener.
Lawmakers On Track To Send Christie Bills He Already VetoedAfter rejecting 200 bills from the previous legislative session, Republican Gov. Chris Christie could soon face fresh decisions on those measures and others he vetoed.

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