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Gunman Knocks Out Hotel Clerk During Robbery In Hershey

Police are searching for a gunman who reportedly knocked out a central Pennsylvania hotel clerk during a robbery.

06/29/2014

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Paycheck Deduction Bills Advance In Pa. Legislature

Controversial legislation that would limit union deductions from the paychecks of public employees is in position for a possible vote as lawmakers wrap up work before summer recess.

06/27/2014

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Proposal For Cigarette Tax To Fund Philadelphia Schools May Be Going Up In Smoke

Prospects for approval of a cigarette tax increase to fund Philadelphia schools before state lawmakers’ summer recess have hit rough waters.

06/26/2014

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Pa. Budget Chief Won’t Rule Out Natural Gas Drilling Tax

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett’s budget secretary says the administration is not ruling out a tax on natural gas drilling as Corbett and lawmakers grapple with a budget deficit of more than a billion dollars.

06/18/2014

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Pa. Lawmakers Battle Over Union Dues Collection

By Tony Romeo HARRISBURG (CBS) — The issue of whether government payroll deductions to collect union dues should be allowed to continue began to heat up in the state capitol last week. Supporters of a […]

06/09/2014

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Pa. Lawmakers Mull Smaller Legislature, Judiciary, And No Lt. Gov.

A state senate committee has advanced legislation that could start the lengthy process of amending the state constitution to reduce the size of the legislature and judiciary and to eliminate the post of lieutenant governor.

06/04/2014

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Clarke Heads To Harrisburg To Push For School Funding

Council President Clarke wants to revise the state’s plan for city sales tax revenues so that over four years, the proceeds are split between the schools and the city pension fund. He and the mayor also want approval for a city tax on cigarettes.

06/03/2014

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Lawmakers Get Update On Towing Pilot Program

By having a contractor handle dispatching and dispute mediation, Lt. Colonel George Bivens says troopers save manpower and costs.

05/19/2014

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Council President Optimistic State Lawmakers Will Sign On To Schools Plan

It may be a tough sell in Harrisburg, but City Council is hoping to convince state lawmakers to sign on to their revised school bailout plan.

05/16/2014

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Firefighters Battle 3-Alarm Warehouse Fire In Harrisburg

The fire broke out around 5 p.m. Monday. Several fire companies were called to the scene.

05/12/2014

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Lawmakers Discuss Whether ‘In God We Trust’ Should Be Posted In Pa. Schools

Discussion in the state House over whether schools should post the national motto – “In God We Trust” — turned into a debate about funding for Philadelphia schools yesterday afternoon.

05/08/2014

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Pa. Senate Passes Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

In an effort to combat abuse, the state Senate has now passed its own version of a bill to create a prescription drug monitoring program.

05/07/2014

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PA Senate To Discuss Reforming Alcohol Sales

The issue of reforming alcohol sales has run hot and cold in the legislature since the House passed a privatization bill more than a year ago.

KYW Newsradio 1060–04/28/2014

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Pa. To Lose $60M In Tobacco Settlement Money

The attorney general’s office says a decision by a judge in Philadelphia means Pennsylvania will lose some tobacco settlement money, but not nearly as much as it might have.

04/13/2014

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Politician Sting Case Files Unsealed

A judge in Harrisburg has unsealed the record in the case of an aborted sting operation that ensnared several top Philadelphia Democrats.

04/10/2014

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