Last week, Governor Corbett officially rolled out a proposal he considers a top priority.
A survey, done by The California Citizens Compensation Commission, says Tom Corbett was the highest paid governor in the U.S. in 2012.
Several Republican members of the Pennsylvania Senate now indicate they support expanding Medicaid eligibility, but a spokesman for the Senate majority leader says it won’t matter much if the governor doesn’t get behind it.
Governor Corbett is in the middle of a political firestorm over his pending decision on whether to accept an expansion of Medicaid in Pennsylvania and there’s pressure on both sides.
It’s budget season in Harrisburg, and there’s bad news in the form of revenue collections for the month of February.
The son-in-law of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has been fired from the Philadelphia police force after he allegedly stole marked money during a police sting.
This past week brought major developments in the local political scene.
Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey says he ordered the investigation into Gibson, who works for the Narcotics Unit, after Gibson’s fellow officers alerted him to their suspicions that he was removing money and other items from crime scenes.
Sources tell CBS 3 that the son-in-law of Governor Corbett, Philadelphia police officer Gerold Gibson, has been relieved of street duty pending an investigation.
Governor Corbett’s office now says he’ll wait till he delivers his budget address to roll out his transportation funding plan, but that he’s still on track to announce his liquor privatization proposal before then.
Members of a state Senate committee will have their chance to question Corbett administration officials about their plan to privatize the management of the Pennsylvania Lottery.
The bill would allow certain businesses to keep 95 percent of the state income tax they withhold from those new workers for up to ten years.
Attorneys for Terrance Williams, who is scheduled to be executed Oct. 3, have asked the governor for clemency.
The Pennsylvania legislature, in June, unanimously passed a bill to restart HEMAP, using $60 million from a foreclosure fraud settlement.
Gov. Tom Corbett says he wants assurances that Penn State won’t spend any tax dollars on the $60 million fine levied by the NCAA.
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