Governor Corbett has signed into law legislation that will expand gambling in Pennsylvania by allowing small games of chance in bars and taverns.
Governor Corbett has signed into law two bills intended to ease the transition resulting from Mayor Nutter’s overhaul of city property taxes.
Governor Corbett says he’s in the process of filling the opening that was created when SRC chair Pedro Ramos resigned last month.
Republican Party officials say Gov. Tom Corbett will be formally announcing his re-election campaign next week with a multi-city tour of the state.
Mayor Nutter now says using city dollars for the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall will not happen.
Capitol insiders continue to handicap the chances for passage this fall of the three big items on Governor Corbett’s agenda: transportation funding, privatization of liquor sales, and pension reform.
Governor Corbett’s poll numbers are so bad that you might question the sanity of political insiders who say “don’t count him out.” But if that’s the case, you can call former Governor Ed Rendell crazy.
The Corbett administration is suing to stop the issuance marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
With two weeks to go before scheduled summer recess, state lawmakers face an imposing agenda that includes a new budget and several major pieces of legislation, including liquor privatization and transportation funding.
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.