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Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekThe State House Voted ... ... 109-89 a few minutes ago to approve the annual school-code bill, the mind-numbing assemblage of bureaucratese that dictates how money will be spent and how policy will be set in 2011-2012 at the state......
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGlancing Around The Headlines ... ... this morning, the Senate GOP plan href="http://www.mcall.com/news/nationworld/pennsylvania/mc-pa-electoral-college-change-20110913,0,5747360.story">to change Pennsylvania's electoral college process has gone...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCalling it a budget without "gimmicks," Franklin County, Pa., legislators praised Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed spending plan unveiled Tuesday for its fiscal restraint, while saying some of the cuts, notably those in education, will be painful across the...
email@example.comA decision about Pennsylvania's remaining Category 3 resort casino license has been delayed until after next week's change in membership on the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Among the four applicants for the remaining license is Mason-Dixon...
Multi-Media JournalistUPDATE: Governor Tom Corbett presented his proposed 2011/2012 budget to members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly at the Capitol. The spending plan, which includes no new tax or fee increases, totals $27.3 billion, a decrease of $866 billion or 3.1...
State Sen. Richard Alloway and state Rep. Rob Kauffman have started the 2011 session of the Pennsylvania General Assembly by reintroducing their favored legislation that didn't pass in previous years. Alloway, R-Franklin/Adams/York, introduced a bill...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSoon, for the first time in 35 years, Jeff Coy will be without a job in the public sector. Coy, who began his career as a legislative assistant, represented Franklin and Cumberland counties for 22 years in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives,...
email@example.comRepublican lawmakers from Franklin County, Pa., shared excitement Tuesday that Tom Corbett had been sworn in as the state's 46th governor. "It's a fresh start. ... This is just a breath of fresh air," said state Rep. Rob Kauffman, R-Franklin/Cumberland....
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith teacher strikes possible in two Franklin County, Pa., school districts, administrators are making preparations for how to reschedule those days of instruction. Teacher unions in both Chambersburg Area School District and Waynesboro Area School...
Given the chance to be a showman Wednesday, state Rep. Mark Keller milked it for all it was worth. Keller, R-Franklin/Perry, took top honors in a VIP dairy showmanship contest at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Keller competed with 15 other state...
By The Associated PressThe Pennsylvania General Assembly launched its new legislative session Tuesday by swearing in new and returning members and electing Republican veterans to lead each chamber. Twenty-one freshmen Republicans and eight new Democrats were sworn in to the...
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email@example.comA criminal homicide trial in Franklin County (Pa.) Court this week ended in a guilty verdict for voluntary manslaughter, but it left one state legislator wondering how the outcome could've been affected by a bill he has introduced. A jury of eight men...
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