During a town hall meeting in Evesham this past week, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had a warning for residents throughout the state. A decision due shortly from the state’s highest court could have some dramatic effects on everyone.
Chris talks to Steve Cordasco about oil prices on Finance Friday, Daily News Columnist Will Bunch about the Skylar Kauffman case and global warming, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about Chase Utley and the Phillies series in Atlanta, and Congressman Bob Brady about his briefing and viewing of the Osama bin Laden death photos.
Hundreds of students from Philadelphia and the surrounding region marched up Broad Street Wednesday evening to show their opposition to Governor Corbett’s proposed cuts to education.
Tens of thousands of citizens a year contact the Poison Control Center hotline for help but the Center is facing a loss of federal and state funding which could put its future in jeopardy.
New Jersey’s budget crisis has hit home in Burlington County, where parents and students are up in arms over proposed school cuts.
Chris discusses the latest developments from Wisconsin and federal tax dollars that might not be coming to the city. He also talks to Iowa Representative Steve King and Robert Stauffer, who had $1400 returned to him by a homeless man in West Chester.
Governor Tom Corbett’s budget secretary today prepared Pennsylvania residents for some pain in next week’s budget address.
The outcry that has accompanied Monday’s end of Pennsylvania’s low-cost health insurance program may pale in comparison to the firestorm that is likely to erupt when Governor Corbett unveils his budget proposals next month.
This is, in effect, D-day for the DRPA. Commissioners of the Delaware River Port Authority must approve their annual budget today, which could include some serious cuts and maybe, just maybe, a break for commuters.
Nutter administration officials were called before City Council to explain how a 12-year-old autistic boy died in a West Philadelphia fire last August. The mayor’s cuts in fire department funding were at issue.