“The secretary balked and would not agree that global warming is happening, or is caused by pollution. That really puts him pretty far out on a limb,” says David Masur of Penn Environment.
Chris details the Phillies second straight loss to start the season, the fallout from Rutgers decision to fire men’s basketball coach Mike Rice, and NBC’s decision to replace Jay Leno with Jimmy Fallon. He also talks to Comedian Christopher Titus and to Author C.W. Anderson about his book, Rebuliding the News.
Corbett spokeswoman Christine Cronkright says the governor and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius had a “meaningful discussion” in Washington Tuesday evening.
Governor Tom Corbett’s meeting with HHS secretary Katlheen Sebelius has not resulted in a change of heart for the governor when it comes to his position on expanding Medicaid eligibility in Pennsylvania.
Leach, an unabashed liberal, has served in the state legislature for the last decade and becomes the first candidate to officially enter the Congressional race.
The Pennsylvania Hospital Association is trying to persuade Governor Corbett to expand Medicaid in the state with an argument they hope will appeal to him, the economic development advantages of the program.
Chris talks to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett about the bill passing the House that would privatize the state owned liquor stores. He also talks to Michael Reagan about overcoming sexual abuse, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece about NFL rule changes and the NCAA Tournament, and Comedian Jay Wolf.
A survey, done by The California Citizens Compensation Commission, says Tom Corbett was the highest paid governor in the U.S. in 2012.
A spokesman for Governor Corbett says he’s pleased, even though the committee made significant changes to his proposal.
It’s been a week of bad polling news for Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett.
Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett is holding out the prospect of a billion-dollar shot in the arm for schools if the state gets out of the liquor sales business.
The odds are shrinking that any liquor privatization plan and the complete elimination of state stores may clear the legislature.
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.
A Commonwealth Court judge declared unconstitutional two state laws passed in 2010 and 2011 that siphoned tobacco settlement money from the “AdultBasic” health insurance program.
A published report says Gov. Corbett and his wife accepted $11,000 in gifts in 2010 — the year he was elected — and 2011, his first year in office, from business executives, lobbyists, and lobbying firms.
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