At meetings of the Delaware River Port Authority, staffers from Governor Chris Christie’s office are routinely on hand, and they’re paid by the DRPA for their time. It’s a practice one Pennsylvania board member is not too happy with.
“I thought we changed our direction, and as I sit here today I’m not sure we have,” Pennsylvania auditor general Jack Wagner said.
Chris discusses the decision to move his speech to a joint session of Congress to 7pm next Thursday, he talks to Chris Butler about the AT&T/T-Mobile merger and CBS 3′s Beasley Reese about the Eagles last pre-season game.
With the program floundering due to a host of problems, Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the Liquor Control Board needs to make dramatic improvements to its wine kiosks in supermarkets – or pull the plug on the experiment.
“You’re talking about tens of millions of dollars that are being misspent that could be properly applied to people who truly need this program,” Auditor General Jack Wagner said. “This is a $257-million program. It serves over 400,000 Pennsylvania families and we need to get it right.”
During a visit to Center City, Auditor General Jack Wagner thinks Philadelphia school superintendent Arlene Ackerman is being paid too much.
Auditor General Jack Wagner says Pennsylvania homeowners may be paying too much – or too little – in property taxes because a state agency isn’t doing its job properly.
Either the state auditor general or the state treasurer must sign off on the billion dollars in borrowing. And Auditor General Jack Wagner says, “no can do”
The state capitol continues to roil over an automatic cost-of-living pay raise that elected officials and judges are getting as of today.
Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the state could save millions of dollars a year by better using its bulk-buying power to purchase prescription drugs.