New Jersey Governor Christie delivered his annual budget address Tuesday afternoon during a session of lawmakers in Trenton, and Democrats responded.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says he thinks there will be some “nice surprises” in the budget address he is preparing to deliver to the state legislature next week. But for now, he’s not tipping his hand.
Drewniak says he is not yet talking about where he will go next, and details about his next job are still being worked out.
From school funding to the future of coal, Gov. Tom Wolf spent a half-hour on Twitter fielding Pennsylvanians’ tweeted questions about his agenda.
A judge has ordered Republican Gov. Chris Christie and the state Legislature to put more money into pension funds for retired public workers.
The plan to fill two vacancies on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has run aground now that one of Governor Wolf’s nominees has withdrawn his name.
Donald Rumsfeld: ‘The President’s Unwillingness To Characterize The Enemy As Radical Islamists & Jihadists Is To Misunderstand The Problem’
Dom Giordano talked with former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld on Talk Radio 1210 about President Obama’s handling of the war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
The state House Liquor Control Committee advanced a liquor privatization bill Monday, setting up a likely vote by the full House later this week.
Eighteen Philadelphia students are spending the day getting an insider’s view of City Hall, as part of the annual PAL DAY activities.
Republicans grudgingly acknowledge Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s campaign pledges, but their list of grievances is growing.
The Pennsylvania Senate has taken another step toward an amendment to the state constitution that would have the legislature, and not courts, decide which organizations qualify as charities and are thus exempt from certain taxes.
The New Castle County police department is turning to youngsters in the community to help name a new horse in the mounted patrol.
The City Council President’s ambitious plan to reorganize huge portions of Philadelphia government has moved off of the fast-track, in the wake of concerns by some in the city’s development community.
Six state and county judges are vying in Saturday’s voting at the Hotel Hershey for the party’s support in the May 19 primary.
The Thursday evening remarks will serve as the keynote of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce’s annual “Walk to Washington” event that has brought hundreds of legislators, business owners and lobbyists to the nation’s capital.