Senator Pat Toomey
Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) met with WPHT midday host Dom Giordano for their monthly meeting and told him that President Obama’s administration is no longer trying to prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon.
The 114th Congress has just started working this week, and many members of the Senate and House are setting their agenda for the year.
Over the weekend, the Senate passed a $1.1 trillion “Cromnibus” bill that averted a government shutdown.
A sea of people filed into the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing on Saturday to observe the commissioning of the USS Somerset, a Navy ship named in honor of passengers of Flight 93 who died in the September 11th terrorist attacks.
U.S. Senator Pat Toomey and several other elected officials are calling on citizens to call their Senators, to oppose a nomination to the Department of Justice.
Giordano asked Senator Toomey why this issue has taken precedent on the Republican agenda ahead of the fight around the Affordable Care Act and the economy.
The lead inspector on the building that collapsed in Center City Philadelphia was found dead last night as a result of an apparent suicide. John Hayward talks immigration reform, Obama’s handling of the NSA scandal and more. Chris talks about his trip to the U.S. open in Merion. Pennsylvania State Senator Pat Toomey joins Chris. Ronald Regan’s son, Michael Reagan, johns Chris as well.
Pennsylvania’s two U.S. senators, Bob Casey and Pat Toomey, voted in favor of the deal to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” although Toomey did so reluctantly.
Philadelphia police investigated a potential haz-mat situation in the city on Thursday after an envelope filled with a white, powdery substance was sent to Senator Pat Toomey’s office.
Lower Merion residents who were part of the effort to try to save several thousand historic street signs which have been a staple throughout the township for nearly a hundred years received good news on Tuesday.