Christie Helps Charter Schools, Enraging NJ Teachers UnionChris Christie and the New Jersey Education Association have rarely seen eye to eye on anything.
Audit Allegedly Finds Faults With Pennsylvania's Child Abuse HotlineA new report reveals that the state simply cannot keep up with the volume of phone calls it received on it's Child Line Hotline.
NJ Legislators Set To Vote On Atlantic City Rescue PackageThe New Jersey legislature is slated to vote this afternoon on a compromise package that averts the possibility of payless paydays for government workers in Atlantic City.
Governor Wolf To Sign Bill Creating New School Funding FormulaA spokesman says Governor Tom Wolf will sign a bill implementing a new funding formula for Pennsylvania schools.
Board Allows Beer Sales At More Businesses With Gas PumpsThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is granting nine more licenses to businesses that sell gasoline.
Trump Helps Out Christie With New Jersey AppearanceThe event was to help Governor Christie retire outstanding debt from his unsuccessful Presidential campaign.
NFL To Return $724,000 That Taxpayers Spent On 'Paid Patriotism'The NFL is returning $724,000 it was paid by the Defense Department to host patriotic celebrations at games.
Phila. City Council Conjuring Alternatives To Soda TaxPhiladelphia city council got the first, official, alternate proposal to Mayor Kenney's soda tax on Thursday.
Philadelphia Spending More Than Budgeted For OvertimeA new report from PICA says the city has already spent more than what it budgeted for the whole fiscal year.
Governor Wolf Vetoes Bill To Curb Use Of Seniority In Teacher LayoffsPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is rejecting a bill that would have limited the use of seniority when school districts have to lay off teachers.
United States Sues North Carolina Over Transgender Bathroom LawA potentially epic clash over transgender rights took shape Monday when the U.S. Justice Department sued North Carolina over the state's bathroom law after the governor refused to back down.
Common Cause/PA Opposes Electronic Overseas Ballot MeasureA prominent good-government group says it’s strongly opposed to legislation that would allow military and overseas voters to send their ballots electronically in Pennsylvania elections.

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